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OMG – I will finally be competing in Ironman Wales on 8th September 2013!! 😉 2.4 mile Swim in the Irish Sea! 112 mile Bike 26.2 mile Run 140.6 Mile total (225km) – my aim is to finish approx in Read on →
If you’re fed up with rising energy bills, there was yet more bad news today. A report in the Telegraph reveals that the government’s energy policies will boost energy bills by a further 30% over the next decade. The only Read on →
Energy industry regulator Ofgem has stepped up its investigation into how the top UK energy suppliers make their profits
The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM) has hired forensic accountants BDO to scrutinise how the top UK energy suppliers make their profit. BDO will look at the trading profits, wholesale prices and hedging practices at British Gas, E.ON Read on →
For a graphical depiction of Wholesale electricity market movements 2008-2011 please click below: 2011.07Auditel Electricity Graph For a graphical depiction of Wholesale gas market movements 2006-2011 please click below: 2011.07Auditel Gas Graph
The Government has acknowledged it will have to prop up struggling British industry hit by five green taxes that are forecast to add between 7pc and 58pc to electricity prices. Businesses are facing huge uncertainty after the Government’s new forecasts, Read on →
Only one in 10 people check their network’s data-roaming charges or activate cheaper bundles of megabytes before going on holiday, the phone retailer Carphone Warehouse has found. Read the full ZDNet article here….
COST reduction, taxation and future funding are the main concerns for foreign-owned firms in Wales. An analysis of the business concerns of inward investment companies in Wales has been carried out by business advisory firm Deloitte. Read the walesonline article Read on →
RISING energy costs are of greater concern to manufacturers than labour costs, falling consumer spend and the administrative burden of regulation, according to a survey by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Read more from walesonline here…..