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Businesses lack skills to pay the bills

Data released by a UK energy and water consultancies, Utilitywise, shows that 1 in 5 business people admit that they don’t understand their commercial energy bill. 60% of businesses were unable to ... more

Ambitious project to create single coal fuel hub validated by WITNESS

“It is essential to thoroughly test our plans using simulation, enabling us to gain a holistic view of the dynamic behaviour of the entire supply chain,” Gilberto D’Ignazi, head of logistics, ENEL.

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Research reveals a surge in the number of deals as outsourcing becomes an increasingly popular strategy for energy and utilities companies

The number of outsourcing contracts signed by the UK energy & utilities sector more than doubled year-on-year in 2014, according to the latest arvato UK Outsourcing Index.

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British food and drink manufacturers halting growth to cope with UK energy policy costs

Following an extended period of policy development, businesses across the UK will soon feel the impact of the Electricity Market Reform (EMR), which is intended to keep the lights on and move the UK ... more

Utilita Energy reduces gas prices by 5.6%

Utilita Energy has announced an average 5.6% gas price cut to be implemented 1st April 2015. This is to ensure its prices remain highly competitive against the Big Six and other independent suppliers,... more

Smart grid industry provides alternative investment opportunities

Fossil fuels are falling out of favour with major banks, fund managers, large corporates and educational institutions as reports describe the risks associated with ‘stranded assets’ as ‘regularly ... more

Junifer Systems’ Utilities CIS propels GB Energy Supply into UK gas and electricity supply markets in double-quick time

Junifer Systems, the global provider of leading back office solutions for the electricity, gas and water industries, has announced that GB Energy Supply has chosen the Junifer Utilities CIS customer ... more

Businesses are urged 'switch to save' or lose out on energy bills

Businesses are in the dark on energy purchasing as new research shows that nearly half (47%) have never switched suppliers or tariffs, with one in five not knowing that switching is an option for ... more

Third Party Charges now approximately 50% of electricity costs

Third Party Charges (TPCs) are generally increasing at a greater percentage than the wholesale energy price and are therefore having a big impact on energy costs. For example, for electricity, TPCs ... more

Achieving best practice across the capital project lifecycle

Fierce competition in the engineering and construction (E&C) industry is the lifeblood for driving excellence and innovation. Owner-operators continue to demand best value bids, but design ... more

LEW cuts energy expenditure by 7%

LEW Castings is a manufacturer and metal casting company from the market town of Rochdale in Greater Manchester. Employing 21 people, the small business manufactures both ferrous and non-ferrous ... more

The impact of renewables on the Big Six

German giant energy producer E.ON has announced that it is to undergo a major restructuring of its business strategy in a bid to put it at the forefront of the future of energy production, and to ... more

Europe’s largest battery storage project becomes operational in the UK

Europe’s largest battery storage project has been officially opened by Amber Rudd, Minister at Department for Energy and Climate Change at Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. S&C Electric Europe, ... more

Minister welcomes trial of pioneering energy storage project

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change Amber Rudd MP has today welcomed the start of trials at the largest electricity storage facility of its type in ... more

Britain's pay-as-you-go revolution will transform the way we buy gas and electricity

New independent research published reveals that almost half (48%) of the Great British population would like to use a smart energy meter in pay-as-you-go mode to buy their gas and electricity, three ... more

Natterbox available on world’s leading business appstore

Natterbox, the cloud-based voice service, has announced its presence on the world’s most popular business-to-business appstore,’s AppExchange. The listing now makes Natterbox Advanced ... more

Residential energy storage and IoT helps avoid blackouts

Moixa Technology, a UK developer of residential energy storage solutions, has partnered with Internet of Things (IoT) specialist 1248 to deploy MASLOW energy storage systems across 300 UK homes and ... more

Coming to terms with energy policy

When it comes to energy policy the governments of today are caught between a rock and a hard place. On the one hand is the imperative to act against climate change and to help move the UK towards a ... more

Managing our electricity supply with dynamic demand

It seems that the UK is headed for an energy crisis. National consumption is catching up on available supply, increasing the risk of blackouts and leaving us poorly equipped to handle sudden spikes ... more

NHS Trust to save over £1m a year in energy savings with help from British Gas

St. George’s NHS hospital will save more than £1m a year on their energy bills thanks to a new long-term partnership with British Gas. Low carbon technologies will be installed at the hospital as ... more

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