Check-in to Demand Side Response

Energy users like the Marriott Hotel Group are being paid to cut their energy use in a new scheme to balance the UK power grid. ELN reporter Vicky Ellis investigates.

ELN – Tony Ward speaks at Energy Live 2012

Tony Ward gives his view on what suppliers need to do in order to win trust at Energy Live 2012

Time to get qualified?

Lord Redesdale talks to ELN about the benefit of official qualifications for energy managers.

Consultants speak out about trust

Is the business energy sector healthy? Why is there a lack of  trust between customers and suppliers? Three energy consultants take ELN on a quick spin through today’s issues and how problems with trust will need to be tackled.

The Market Report – 12th September

What were the major influences on energy prices this summer? Did the Olympics have an effect on prices? Hear about the latest trends in energy in a special edition from Magali Hodgson, npower’s Optimisation Desk Manager.

London least car-dependent English city

London is the least car-dependent city in England according to a new report. The capital topped a ‘Car Dependency Scorecard’ study of 26 cities by the Campaign for Better Transport which examined how many options residents in each city have to get around by public transport, walking or cycling. Brighton and Hove was ranked second, […]

The Market Report – 22nd August 2012

What was the only commodity which was bearish last week? What happened to power prices? Magali Hodgson, npower’s Optimisation Desk Manager talks us through what happened to power prices and where we can expect them to go.

Global turmoil points to lower energy prices ahead

The Advice Energy buyers should wait as long as they can before locking away their fixed price contracts or take advantage of daily spot prices, according to a monthly price risk prediction from BuyEnergyOnline, the online energy market for businesses buying electricity and gas.   Globe watch: need-to-know background Confusion reigned in Europe last week   […]

Energy efficiency is key even for the developing world

Despite a need for cheap and affordable energy for developing countries such as India and China, ELN investigates how energy efficiency has a key part to play for these growing economies.

TEAM launches IPMVP compliant Measurement and Verification Service

TEAM has launched a comprehensive Measurement and Verification (M&V) Service for energy efficiency and renewable energy schemes. The service is designed in accordance with the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) following the recent certification of TEAM’s Energy Services Director Prof. Tony Day to CMVP (Certified Measurement and Verification Professional).  TEAM is one of […]