Small and microbusinesses continue to pay more for energy, Ofgem finds

Microbusinesses paid 35% more for their electricity in the first quarter of 2018 compared with larger firms

Business prices for oil and gas soar as electricity costs fall in 2017

Businesses paid more for gas and coal but less for electricity in 2017. That’s according to The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s latest Energy Price Report, which suggests while average industrial prices rose by 6.9% for gas and by 9.3% for coal between last autumn and this autumn, electricity prices fell 0.3%. The report […]

UK consults on future of heat in non-domestic buildings

The UK Government is inviting views to help develop and support future policies for heat in non-domestic buildings. According to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), there is “significant potential” for savings from heat, cooling and energy efficiency within the public, business and commercial sectors. However accessing it has a number of […]

DECC’s £100,000 fund for energy efficiency training

The UK Government has launched a new competition worth £100,000 aimed at boosting energy efficiency training in the non-domestic sector. Training providers can apply for a share of the fund to help expand the range of energy efficiency programmes already on offer for people involved in energy management on a day-to-day basis. They will be […]