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16 May 2011

Predicting Future Energy Prices – Part 4

Posted by: David Powell Electricity Market Reform The UK government has embarked on a road to electric market reform to achieve the Government’s objectives on decarbonisation, renewables, security of supply and affordability. Industry experts have called for simplification of the Read on →

Filed under: Cost Management
12 May 2011

Predicting Future Energy Prices – Part 3

Posted by: David Powell 2010 saw the emergence of a potential future abundant supply of natural gas, which could potentially stabilise and suppress gas prices for years to come. Shale gas – also known as ‘unconventional’ gas –has always been Read on →

Filed under: Auditel News
01 Apr 2011

A word in Urea

Posted by: Michael Jones Researchers at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh – renowned for its leadership on critical global issues – have discovered a way to use urea – (NH2)2CO – as a fuel for low-cost fuel cells. Fuel cells are Read on →

Filed under: Industry News
28 Mar 2011

Ofgem Getting Tough

Posted by: Adrian Burton As reported by Robert Preston of the BBC, Ofgem chief executive Alistair Buchanan is getting tough having declared ‘’There is a ‘profound loss of confidence in energy companies’’ Mr Buchanan believes that energy companies need to Read on →

Filed under: Industry News