Guest Blog: Peter Nisbet – It’s a buyer’s market out there

As regulators prepare to probe concerns over lack of competition in the domestic energy market, they don’t need to look too far to see what healthy rivalry looks like in action. The emergence of a number of new business energy suppliers is leading to some aggressive elbowing for market share. These smaller suppliers are keen […]

EU energy rules cost UK economy £93bn – report

EU energy rules are costing the UK economy between £86.6 billion and £93.2 billion according to the campaign group Business for Britain. Its report ‘Energy prices and the EU’ claims high energy prices are putting 1.5 million jobs at risk, especially in energy intensive industries such as metal founding, glass making and ceramics. The group […]

Mexico energy reform ‘could lower business energy prices’

Mexico’s energy reform could spell lower energy prices for businesses in the North American nation, according to analysts. The country’s energy sector has had a state monopoly for decades but last week it proposed foreign energy companies should be able to invest in Mexican projects such as drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. President Enrique […]