The last 12 months have been turbulent. Many organisations have faced unprecedented uncertainty, with a return to business as usual still out of sight.
Triads incentivise heavy commercial and industrial users of electricity to shift their power use to periods of lower demand, by charging a premium for high consumption at certain times.
It’s commonplace for businesses to switch electricity suppliers to help them save money and achieve greater sustainability. Yet finding the right one can seem daunting. This becomes more difficult if you’re looking to get more from your energy usage or putting your electricity contract out to tender for the first time.
Independent analysis conducted by academics from Imperial College London for Drax Electric Insights deep-dives into the changes driving Great Britain’s electricity system over the last 3 months.
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Renewable energy sources have proliferated in the last decade, helping the UK to transition to a cleaner, greener energy future. However, this has also caused some instability on the energy grid, as sources such as wind and solar power are intermittent.
2020 has brought into sharp relief the importance of sustainability. Businesses of all sizes are under scrutiny to play their part as the UK looks to reduce its emissions to net zero by 2050.
The world of energy has changed radically since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this week the Prime Minister announced a three-tier Covid alert system, which could affect many businesses once again.
Sustainability is increasingly important to businesses, but how can you be sure that the investment you make pays back?
For some time, companies have been using automated meter reading (AMR) and smart meters to manage energy use across their business