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Engage launches new Cost module to tackle billing vs settlement challenges for energy suppliers

Engage Consulting, a UK specialist utilities and smart energy consultancy, has added a new cost module to its Revenue and Margin Assurance (RAMA) Solution, which will enable energy suppliers to ... more

Be quick for last few days to sign up to National Grid’s energy reduction programme - DSBR

KiWi Power, a London-based smart grid and demand management company, is urging businesses to sign up for National Grid’s Demand Side Balancing Reserve (DSBR) programme before registration closes at ... more

EU Directive on Public Procurement will impact UK Utility companies

The new EU directive on the procurement of goods and services by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sector has recently been published and its impacts in the UK ... more

More urgency needed for coal power plant re-design

With several decades to go before low carbon and renewable energy sources replace fossil fuels, the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) is urging greater innovation in the design of coal-fired ... more

National Grid’s new energy balancing service is far from ‘last resort'

Following the announcement by National Grid to introduce plans to help balance the UK’s energy system, KiWi Power, a London-based aggregator of demand management services, welcomed this extension of ... more

Russian natural gas pipeline exports to Western Europe grow 20%

In 2013, Russia exported an average of 15.6 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natural gas on pipelines to countries in Eastern and Western Europe, 16% more than in 2012, according to data from ... more

Launch of new self service system for energy brokers

Business energy provider Gazprom Energy has launched a self-service system to give brokers instant access to real-time pricing and the ability to create their own customer contracts. more

New wind power generator set for construction in Chile

Rame Energy, the international energy consultant, engineer and power generator, has announced that it has executed binding terms leading to a power purchase agreement (“PPA”) for its Punta Chome wind ... more

Are energy suppliers providing customers with the right kind of service, or is their approach outdated?

As the wholesale energy price has become more changeable, increasingly businesses are moving away from fixed-price, fixed-term contracts to avoid the risk of a badly timed purchase.


Three new energy plans revealed by npower

In a challenging energy market, npower has announced brand new measures that simplify the way in which small and medium sized enterprises (SME) choose their energy. Three new price plans mark a ... more

Do you have the right experience?

Management of the ‘customer experience’ has swiftly developed into a mainstream role in British business. Jonathan Seal, Strategic Director at User Experience experts Mando Group examines the Utility ... more

Carbon price freeze could lead to rising energy costs making UK unattractive to investors

Carbon price freeze could lead to rising energy costs making UK unattractive to investors

The UK could end up having to pay more for vital investment in energy schemes as a result of the carbon ... more

Long and difficult journey for shale gas, Sabien warns

Sabien Technology has warned that the race for shale gas will be a long and difficult journey, noting that reducing energy demand alongside broadening supply will be crucial to reducing the cost of ... more

Utilitywise launches innovative energy analysis platform

Energy management firm Utilitywise has launched a new reporting platform that gives energy users unprecedented insight and clarity into the way their organisation is using energy and water.

Utility ... more

Turning up the heat on the UK fuel poverty debate

Fuel poverty has featured as a national issue in the UK all throughout our country’s history -- you need only to pick up a book from any one of our past literary greats to see a ... more

Concerns over power plant closure could spark major electricity shortfall warns EnAppSys

Britain’s electricity generating capacity at coal and nuclear power plants could be slashed by 75% in the next decade, according to a new report by energy data specialist EnAppSys.

The closure of ... more

New Energy Bill should be welcomed

The government’s recent Energy Bill may offer some relief to the industrial sector that has already been hit hard by rapidly increasing energy costs. Here, Richard Beighton, VP of industry for ... more

Industrial sector overspending on energy by £2.2 billion per year reveals new analysis from the Energy Efficiency Financing scheme

New analysis from the Energy Efficiency Financing (EEF) scheme has revealed that the industrial sector is overspending on energy to the tune of over £2.2 billion per year.The analysis, based on ... more

Helping local energy producers

IPL, an IT services company specialising in business critical IT solutions and consultancy, has announced the launch of a scalable smart grid software platform that utility companies and local energy ... more

Getting ready for big data

Research shows that companies in the essential industries are improving their data management in anticipation of the exponential growth of big data in the coming years. Andy Hamlyn, group director ... more

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