Energy efficiency tax review: What the proposed changes will mean for business

The latest government consultation on energy efficiency taxes is now open: Treasury, BIS (Department for Business Innovation & Skills) and DECC (Department of Energy & Climate Change) are working together to consult on and review the existing energy efficiency tax framework, which could streamline taxes and reduce the administrative burden on businesses. The government plans […]

Minimum Energy Performance Standards: How to unlock the commercial benefits before April 2018

The Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) will come in to force from 2018, but property firms must start taking action now to meet them in time. By April 2018 all rented properties in the non-domestic sector with an F & G rated building will need to be improved to be rented out – and from […]

Business benefits of buying renewable electricity

With the recent removal of the CCL exemption for renewable power, why should businesses still buy it? Join our webinar to learn about how organisations are reporting lower carbon emissions and demonstrating their environmental commitments by opting for a renewable supply. Sustainability experts from the Carbon Trust and SmartestEnergy will explain recent changes to the […]

Guest Blog: npower’s Wayne Mitchell on Innovation Around Me

The innovation that’s saving money under my nose I’m always interested to read about innovation in the energy arena, and make it my business to keep up to date with new developments. But every time I come into our offices here in Solihull, I’m always struck by the innovation around me. And I’m impressed by […]

Head of Technical Solutions – McLean Ross

South East £50,000 – £75,000 + car allowance + excellent benefits We are recruiting for a Head of Technical Solutions for an expanding Energy Efficiency organisation. This role has come about because they have recently secured a number of major projects and are keen to develop their Technical division. Our client specialises in a variety […]

Y Report from Inenco – 1st July 2015

Inenco brings you the weekly Y Report – a personal update of the world of energy. What’s happening in the power markets and what does it mean for your business?

Guest Blog: npower’s Tony Slade on how to save energy effectively

Cash, kilowatts, carbon – how to save energy effectively When it comes to reducing energy, most businesses tend to approach it in the wrong order. I appreciate this is a bold statement, but please bear with me. Organisations looking to make a difference – and generate some headlines in the process – typically opt for […]

Job of the Week – FMCG Commodities Risk Analyst – McLean Ross

Commodities focused risk analyst reporting to the head of risk for large cap organisation. Responsibilities will include risk management across commodities, energy (gas and power), inflation, foreign exchange (fx) / interest rates, credit and operational risk, so it is a very broad coverage risk role, and a fantastic opportunity for one of the largest organisations in […]

Guest Blog: Dave Cockshott – MOPping up the benefits of settlement change

You’ve probably heard rumblings recently about a new ruling called P272. Not a particularly snappy title is it? Well, whilst it may not have been given a very meaningful name, it’s a ruling that will affect around 160,000 business meters and could have some significant cost implications, so it’s important to get to grips with […]

Exclusive Webinar for Manufacturers with BIS and Inenco

Title of Webinar: “Compensations, exemptions, incentives and opportunities: are you getting what your business is entitled to?” Speakers: Arjan Geveke, Assistant Director of Energy Policy, Department of Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) Glyn Whelan, Head of Manufacturing, Inenco David Oliver & Chris Berry, Non-commodity Charge Experts, Inenco Matt Osborne, Energy Market Expert, Inenco Hosted by […]