Guest Blog: Jon Davies – Horses for EV courses, the future is coming!

Last week I had the opportunity to spend the day with ELN and a number of large UK corporate businesses at the inaugural Energy Live Future event. It was hugely refreshing to see significant users of energy engaging in debate around upcoming technologies and thinking through the impact they could have on their business. Having […]

Guest Blog: Jon Davies – here we go again!

Once again the world of energy retailing finds itself  the centre of attention in another political maelstrom. One thing we can be sure of is that it won’t be the last time and once again an issue that is worthy of attention is misrepresented for political gain rather than debated in a constructive and non-partisan […]

npower eye up medium-sized businesses stuck on fixed tariffs

Power supplier npower has introduced a new product which they hope will give medium-sized companies a new approach to buying their energy by incorporating price alerts at trigger points agreed with the company. Research by npower found that the majority of UK mid-sized businesses ranked energy as their second highest business concern but more than […]

Medium-sized businesses "forgotten" by suppliers

Medium-sized businesses are “forgotten” by suppliers who cater mainly for major energy users and SMEs, according to new findings. Nearly half of medium-sized businesses – or MSBs – don’t believe current energy products meet their needs, suggests new research by energy firm npower. The supplier is launching two new projects which offer a compromise between […]

npower issue first triad warning of the season

Energy supplier npower issued its first Triad warning today for the 2011/2012 season, as part of a service that aims to predict half-hourly peaks in demand giving businesses the information to cut their costs on consumption. Every winter the National Grid measures the three highest peaks of energy demand and then charges energy users a […]