The Triad Season 2019 is here! See what you need to do

The Triad period will commence on the 1st of November 2019 and these peak time charges can have a significant impact on your energy bills for the next financial year.

Severn Trent Water seeks new solutions to reduce energy costs

The water and wastewater company currently uses around 900GWh of electricity per year – which comes at a cost of £100m

Small energy supplier Bulb raises prices for third time this year

Customers will see their annual bills increase by £102 annually from 11th November 2018

Energy savings of 20% to land at Dubai Airports’ facilities

It is implementing energy efficiency measures at Terminals 1, 2 3 and Concourse B at Dubai International

Small supplier Bulb raises energy prices by 5.1%

Consumers will see the average bill increase by £4 a month when it comes into effect on 12th August

Ofgem commits to energy price cap by end of 2018

Legislation will have to be passed by Parliament this summer for the regulator to ensure the price cap is set this year

How to minimise non-commodity charges on your energy bill

We will be running a special webinar on 31st March at 10 a.m. Non-commodity charges are going up and are becoming a bigger part of your energy bills. The expert team from British Gas will join Chief Reporter, Pri Shrestha to discuss what’s changing and how you can start to alleviate these charges. Topics to […]

It’s a gas when your energy bill goes down

It’s difficult to get a grip on your gas bill when your business is squeezed between the twin pressures of high consumption and price volatility. So if your company is a big gas consumer, how can you make savings on this year’s bill? First, you need to understand the gas market and the way gas […]

UK pledges greater security for oil and gas sector

The government has pledged greater security for the North Sea oil and gas industry as the Energy Bill becomes law. It has received Royal Assent after a month-long game of ping pong between the House of Lords and House of Commons, with DECC winning the battle without having to make any amendments to its proposed […]

DECC wins Energy Bill battle

The long-awaited Energy Bill was approved by Parliament yesterday without any amendments to the government’s onshore wind plans. That means the DECC’s grace period criteria for wind farms due to the early closure of the Renewables Obligation won’t be affected. Opposition peers wanted to extend the grace period until 31st March 2017 for wind farms […]