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19 Sep 2014

ESOS – a quick overview

Posted by: Nigel Collins ESOS is being established by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) in response to the requirement for all Member States of the European Union to implement Article 8 of the Energy Efficiency Directive (‘the Read on! →

Filed under: Energy
15 Jan 2014

Fracking: What the fracks going on?

Posted by: David Powell With the Government announcing that local councils who back fracking will get to keep more of the proceeds from operations in the UK, we thought it might be worth taking a look at the state of play, so Read on! →

Filed under: Energy
19 Sep 2013

British Gas announce an end to rollover contracts

Posted by: Nigel Collins Following the July announcement by British Gas to end rollover contracts, there will no doubt be sighs of relief from procurement managers, FDs or business owners previously trying to avoid missing the 90/120 day window in Read on! →

Filed under: Energy
27 Mar 2013

Energy Rationing Anyone?

Posted by: Simon Eggleton Ofgem’s recent warning that the margin of spare capacity on the network will reduce from 14 per cent today to 5 per cent by 2015 has caused a stir in the energy industry. Talk of energy Read on! →

Filed under: Energy
13 Mar 2013

Energy Prices and Delusion

Posted by: Tim Halfhead On Saturday I met a Conservative MP whose primary message was that things in our teetering economy are improving. The media just choose not to report them. As evidence, he cited the February new cars sales Read on! →

Filed under: Energy
06 Mar 2013

What is Energy Management?

Posted by: Paul Foster Energy management is a complex and confusing area in which most organisations need specialist advice from assessment to implementation and measurement in order to minimise the risks and maximise the benefits. What is Energy Management?  “The Read on! →

Filed under: Energy