For some time, companies have been using automated meter reading (AMR) and smart meters to manage energy use across their business
With the number of smart meters on Great Britain’s walls now at 5 million and the pace picking up, Haven Power’s latest instalment of their smart myths series looks at the smart meter rollout.
The founder of Global Procurement Group, Fokhrul Islam, has been named Scale-Up Entrepreneur of the Year for the north east at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.
EcoAct, the international climate and sustainability consultancy, has this week released its 10th Anniversary edition of the Sustainability Reporting Performance of the FTSE 100.
The latest Drax Electric Insights report shows the impact lockdown had on our electricity system. The report, conducted via Imperial Consultants, by academics from Imperial College London, is an independent analysis of Great Britain’s electricity system during the second quarter of 2020.
Ofgem and the CMA’s respective reviews on energy pricing for micro-businesses will change how these customers are charged for their energy contracts. TPIs and suppliers have to negotiate the outcomes of these reviews which could change how they operate forever.
The UK’s leading national utility broker, Utility Aid, has appointed Jacob Windsor as its new Partnerships Manager.
Prices remain high while market fundamentals suggest they should be otherwise. Why is that and what is keeping some energy prices inflated?
The way the energy industry works hasn’t changed all that much for decades now. But we’re at the start of an energy revolution, with the smart grid at the forefront.
A survey from Enel X shows nearly 80% of CHP plants were commissioned more than three years ago, exposing an opportunity for increased efficiency and revenue generation