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04 Jul 2017

DCP161 – Excess Capacity Charges

Posted by: Steve Mead What is DCP 161 and will your business be impacted? What is DCP 161 and will your business be impacted? From 1st April 2018, DCP 161 will be come into effect. It is a change to Read on →

Filed under: Energy
29 Jun 2017

Energy Update for 29th June 2017

A complex mix of factors last week saw prices split, and the short-term prices going up, but from Winter ’17 onwards pricing fall off a little, which might help up until the contract start dates. Prices went on a bit Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
13 Jun 2017

Energy Update for 13th June 2017

Last week, quite a few interesting things were happening in the markets. However, by the end of the week, prices turned out around about the same level that they started at. At the start of the week prices were ticking Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
01 Jun 2017

Are All Your Office 365 Users Delighted?

Organisations are increasingly migrating to cloud-based applications. The growth in adoption of Office 365, for example, has been rapid with over 100 million active commercial customers world-wide since launch in 2011. However, its performance comes with a set of challenges. Read on →

Filed under: Telecoms
31 May 2017

Energy Update for 31st May 2017

A mixed picture of energy prices this week. In general, prices up, though a little bit of uncertainty in the short term. Last week saw a fair degree of volatility in the short term price. Firstly, the warm weather helped Read on →

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23 May 2017

Energy Update for 23rd May 2017

Last week, we saw prices increase fairly consistently for the first time in about a month. This was driven in the short term by outages in Norway which reduced imports into the UK and kept the gas system short and Read on →

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08 May 2017

Energy Update for 8th May 2017

Last week, prices increased initially on the back of a reduction of imports of gas from Norway, some outages at the UK Nuclear Fleet, and the cold weather continuing to keep demand high. However, this was offset a little bit Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
27 Apr 2017

Energy Update for 27th April 2017

In general quite a quiet week last week. Prices in the short term increasing a little bit. Further out along the curve though, prices falling away. The main driver for gas prices at the beginning of the week was as Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates