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KEEPING THE LIGHTS ON

A Memorandum of Understanding has been published by OFGEM stating how they and the  Government would work toge ...

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Changes to Capacity Market & Energy Intensive Industries Exemption Legislation

The energy market is changing and the Government is proposing some reforms that could potentially affect all busine ...

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Electricity Industry Changes - Line Loss Codes to change

There are industry changes being made to Line Loss Factor Class (LLFC) Identifier codes which we want to make you a ...

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CRC to be abolished

Abolition of CRC from 2018/19 Following the consultation on ‘Reforming the Business Energy Efficiency Tax ...

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Good News

There are no awards for this [perhaps there should be?] but we have been told by our Account Manager of the supplie ...

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England’s Water Market Is Opening

The next great money saving idea If you are a non-domestic water user you will be able to tender your supply as ...

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Energy saving guide for hotels

The Carbon Trust estimates that you could cut your hotel's energy bills by as much as 20% just by implementing ...

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Energy saving guide for the public sector

The Carbon Trust believes that the public sector could immediately cut its energy bill by £1 billion by imple ...

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Energy saving guide for offices

Simple energy efficiency measures such as switching off office equipment, using energy-saving lamps and the correct ...

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Energy saving guide for manufacturers

The Carbon Trust estimates that you could cut the energy bills in your manufacturing operations by as much as 20% j ...

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Energy Saving Tip 1

Use a mains socket timer/s (the 7 day, 24 hour type) How? These timers allow building owners to cut the pow ...

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Builders Bury The True Cost of Energy

IGT or Not IGT – That is the Question Have you ever thought about how gas is moved around the country? To ...

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Why Is a Code Of Practice Needed

The idea of a trade association for Third Party Intermediaries (TPI) was first mentioned in the minutes of an e ...

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What is P272?

Changes known as P272 are on the way that will implement the mandatory use of Half-Hourly (HH) data to ensure more ...

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My supplier always estimates my energy costs

Suppliers are required to read and inspect your meter(s) at least once every two years, although some suppliers may ...

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What is half hourly billing?

Half hourly (HH) metering gives you accurate information about how much energy you're using, and is mandatory f ...

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What to do when moving commerical premises

How to deal with your energy supplier when moving business premises? Make sure you don't get caught on out o ...

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