It claims the hike in gas prices is key evidence that the UK’s energy system must become less one-dimensional
Carbon jumps again with the green agenda hijacked, but will prices be contained?
As we entered this winter there were many uncertainties ahead, even more so than normal with weather, LNG supply, Brexit and COVID-19 at the forefront of the market. These uncertainties have certainly not disappointed with high volatility seen over the past few months.
That would be a result of a decline in drilling activity related to low oil prices, with responses to the COVID-19 pandemic also leading to supply and demand disruptions
New year, new challenges and particularly on immediate energy prices. However you need to be looking ahead to secure the best prices right now. Listen to the podcast episode to find out.
EDF’s James Chaplin explains.
The latest Drax Electric Insights report shows the impact lockdown had on our electricity system. The report, conducted via Imperial Consultants, by academics from Imperial College London, is an independent analysis of Great Britain’s electricity system during the second quarter of 2020.
A new report suggests a lack of domestic manufacturers and a bottleneck in supply could result in price hikes for the sector
That’s according to new research from uSwitch, released to draw attention to Fuel Poverty Awareness Day today – it notes 3.4 million UK households are in fuel poverty
Predictions of gloom and doom in the event of a no deal Brexit are not hard to find at the moment. So should energy consumers be concerned?