UK’s largest supplier of electricity, EDF Energy, signs major deal with UD Group

UK’s largest supplier of electricity, EDF Energy, signs major deal with UD Group UD Group has agreed a major contract with EDF Energy, the UK’s largest producer of low-carbon electricity. EDF Energy is the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain and the largest supplier to British businesses. UD Group’s transformational platform will […]

Renewables up to 45% of UK generation as carbon price jumps 25%

The Haven Power market report updates you on the week’s changes in the energy market. Here’s a summary of the week: Renewables contribute over 45% of UK generation mix. High renewable output pushes day-ahead baseload prices to lowest level since February. UK almost avoids coal-fired generation. National Grid uses flexible pumped storage hydro generation to […]

MEES – Are you ready for what’s ahead?

With the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) now in force throughout England and Wales, are you ready for what’s ahead? The new MEES legislation makes it unlawful for a landlord to let or renew a lease on a property if the energy performance certificate (EPC) rating is an F or G. This change also includes […]

The Cogeneration in the UK

The Energy Efficiency Choice

Wind blows away day-ahead prices

The Haven Power market report keeps you up to date with energy market changes over the last 7 days. Here’s a summary of the week: Wind output had a large influence over day-ahead prices during week 13 Pumped storage hydro paid to consume electricity to ease system stress High solar output suppresses demand Bullish fuels […]

District heating and cooling.

AB Energy on district heating and cooling and The Cogeneration in the UK event.

Syngas…a clean, green solution for MW scale CHP

Whilst it burns with a blue flame, syngas’ credentials are quite definitely green. This synthesis gas, produced by applying a thermal process to biomass or combustible waste-derived materials, is a hydrogen-rich gas which, although unsuitable for exporting directly to the gas network, makes an exceptional fuel to power traditional reciprocating engines, generating both heat and […]

Oil, not wind, poses threat from the east

To stay up to date with the week’s energy market changes, check out the Haven Power market report covering the past 7 days. Here’s a summary of the week: Brent Crude prices surged, thanks to the threat of supply cuts from Saudi Arabia. Milder weather subdued day-ahead prices. National Grid paid offshore wind projects to […]

How will the final Brexit decision affect UK oil and gas industry?

When former Prime Minister David Cameron decided to hold the Brexit referendum, few could have predicted the effects the vote would have across all UK sectors, oil and gas industries very much included. The one certainty everyone can agree upon was that the impact of Brexit would be profoundly felt, with experts from both sides […]

AB Energy and when to consider CHP

8 reasons to consider CHP