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Consumers providing the flexibility services will typically be paid around £300/MWh
Around 92% of NHS Estate Managers believe procurement departments are ignoring sustainability
This has already surpassed 2017’s record of 5.4GW
A total of 35 suppliers have been chosen to provide fuel for public sector organisations in the UK. Small and medium sized businesses make up almost three quarters of the total number of suppliers on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) new National Fuels Framework, expected to be worth around £850 million over four years. Winners include […]
Energy management and energy procurement are beginning to converge. Jon Ferris explains how managers can cope with this fundamental change. Before 2005, virtually all consumers had fixed energy contracts. As prices became more volatile, consumers found themselves paying suppliers extra to bear the commodity risk on their behalf. In 2005, when gas prices exceeded 100 […]
Getting prices from lots of different brokers is a “poor way” of going around to find a good energy deal in the market. That’s according to Mark Alston, Director at ENER-G Procurement, who also believes a lot of the time businesses “jump straight to a price discussion”. He suggests firms should regard it as a […]
Buying a fixed-price energy contract once a year or every two years could be a lot more risky than going into a flexible contract and buying “little and often” as price opportunities arise throughout the term. That’s the view of Mark Alston, Director at ENER-G Procurement, who believes a lot of buyers “don’t seriously consider” […]
India and Japan – two of the world’s largest importers of LNG – are said to be considering clubbing together so they can buy it a cheaper price. Last year October the two agreed to carry out a study looking at how to head off the rising costs of LNG and this September they signed […]