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16 Mar 2017

Energy Update for 16th March 2017

This week overall prices were down again, particularly driven by the continued warmer weather, which has reduced heating demand and some quite healthy renewable generation. On top of that, a rallying pound towards the end of the week kept the Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
08 Mar 2017

Energy Update for 7th March 2017

This week has seen energy prices falling again, continuing the trend, which began around about January time. Increases in delivery of LNG, higher wind generation all supported the falling prices, alongside the decreasing demand due to the warmer weather. There Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
28 Feb 2017

Energy Update for 28th February 2017

Auditel’s Energy Pricing Report, covers the period from the 13th of February through to today, the 27th. Energy prices over the last fortnight have been particularly influenced by weather and warmer temperatures. Last week warmer temperatures in the very short Read on →

Filed under: Energy Updates
13 Feb 2017

Energy Update for 13th February 2017

This week’s report will cover the period from the 30th of January until today, the 13th of Feb. In the week commencing the 30th of January, prices rose primarily on the back of an under supplied gas system, partly supported Read on →

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07 Feb 2017

UK Productivity on the Ropes

Steven Godfrey UK manufacturers’ supply chain costs are increasing at the fastest rate for 25 years, yet output growth is at a 32 month high. What does this tell us, and what should we be doing about it? A recent Read on →

Filed under: Industry News
31 Jan 2017

Energy Update for 30th January 2017

One day away from the end of the month and the end of dry January. A straightforward week to report today as prices fell across the curve. Despite the cold weather during the week, warmer forecasts for this week and Read on →

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30 Jan 2017

What is VoIP and why should you care?

Steven Godfrey The current situation Domestic users rent analogue telephone lines. Business users rent digital telephone lines, called ISDN lines. Small installations use a variety called ‘ISDN 2’ and larger installations use ‘ISDN 30’. ISDN phone lines are usually connected Read on →

Filed under: Telecoms