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Research Shows Companies Sourcing Renewable Energy

Chris Hurcombe
by Chris Hurcombe June 5, 2018
source renewable energy

Analysis conducted by International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has flagged a growing trend globally and in the UK for companies to source renewable power, either through a purchase agreement or through self-generating. Growing Renewable Energy Trend As of early 2018, companies sourced. Read more

National Grid expects excess summer gas and electricity supplies

Ian McKenna
by Ian McKenna May 21, 2018

National Grid has revealed that it is expecting to have more than enough available gas and electricity supplies to meet demand over the summer period.The announcement came in the latest edition of National Grid’s annual Summer Outlook report, published on 10 April.National Grid uses this. Read more

Security of Supply Auctions – Record Low Prices

Chris Hurcombe
by Chris Hurcombe March 8, 2018
t-4 cm results by type

The government has welcomed the results of its Capacity Market auctions which have secured future energy supplies at record low prices for homes and businesses.The T-1 Capacity Market auction, for delivery in 2018-19, cleared in line with expectations at £6.00/kW. This was followed by the T-4. Read more

Government confirms Renewables Obligation exemption dates

Chris Hurcombe
by Chris Hurcombe January 29, 2018
black box energy machine

Energy intensive industries (EII) will be made exempt from the costs of the Renewables Obligation (RO) from 1 April 2018, after the government published a revised RO for 2018-19.Published on 18 December, the revised RO is to be set at 0.468 Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs)/ MWh of. Read more

Quick and Easy ESOS Phase 2 Business Compliance

Chris Hurcombe
by Chris Hurcombe January 18, 2018
ESOS phase 2

Despite the current political uncertainty following the UK’s decision to leave the EU and further legal concerns around Brexit, one thing is certain, and that’s ESOS Phase 2 will continue in its current four-yearly phases with eligible companies now already in phase2 of the process.ESOS is. Read more