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The Haven Power market report: your update on the week’s energy market changes.
The Haven Power market report is your weekly update on changes in the UK energy market.
Stay updated on energy market changes over the last seven days with Haven Power’s market report
Small supplier Bulb has announced plans to increase energy prices following spikes in wholesale prices. The average customer will see a 2.8% increase on their gas and electricity bill, rising from £855 to £879 a year. It will apply to all of Bulb’s 300,000 customers on the single Vari-Fair tariff and will come into effect […]
Blocking maritime chokepoints, event temporarily, can lead to “substantial increases” in world energy prices. That’s according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), which suggests chokepoints for maritime transit of oil are critical for global energy security because of the high volume of fuel and other liquids transported through their narrow straits. Chokepoints are narrow […]
Tackling rising energy prices should be one of the next government’s main priorities. That’s according to a new report from a consumer group, which says political parties should use the forthcoming election to address a range of critical consumer issues. In a recent Which? survey, 51% of respondents said taking action on energy prices, which have gone up […]
The World Bank is forecasting higher prices for energy in 2017 and next year. Its latest report forecasts crude oil price at $55 (£42.7) per barrel this year, increasing to an average of $60 (£46.6) per barrel in 2018. It states rising oil prices, supported by production cutbacks by Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries […]
The UK Government is to take decisive action to address energy prices very soon. Yesterday, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Greg Clark, told the Select Committee he would soon publish his department’s response to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) report on failings in the energy market. He said customers […]