Two million “will disconnect from energy” this winter because they can’t afford to top...

New analysis from Citizens Advice has found that more than two million people across the UK will disconnect from their gas and electricity this...

NatWest’s app help small firms control energy costs

Banking giant NatWest is offering a digital tool to help the UK’s 5.5 million small businesses save on their energy bills and cut carbon...

GB power prices to remain high, despite drop in short-term forecasts: Cornwall

​​​​​​Analysts Cornwall Insight have cut their short-term power market price forecast by 12%, with average costs for 2024 now predicted to be £113 per...

NG’s community fund shares £5 million on fuel poverty advice

More than 700 grassroots organisations are sharing £5 million of funding to tackle fuel poverty this winter, thanks to National Grid Electricity Distribution’s Community...

Why the voice of Third Party Intermediaries (TPIs) needs to be heard

By Anthony Ainsworth, Chief Operating Officer at npower Business Solutions Earlier this year, we launched our second Business Energy Tracker. This revealed the views of...

Launch of JellyFish Energy sees supplier focus on a tech-driven approach

New supplier Jellyfish Energy’s investment in technical innovation allows a streamlined offering for self-service, multi-property customers and back-office. As the market moves towards a...

Ofgem probes energy brokers’ fees & suppliers’ complaints handling

Britain’s power regulator has launched a six-week consultation seeking business users’ views on services delivered by third-party energy brokers, including fees charged. Also under scrutiny...

Green power surge: Britain’s cleanest power grid ever

A surge in renewable electricity has helped the UK achieve its cleanest power grid on record, with carbon emissions falling to an all-time quarterly...

Weather-Based Power Indices: Optimising renewable energy risk management in a changing climate

Power prices and Renewable production are difficult to project over months and years. New Power Quanto indices help coping with the capture price risk,...

Talking Power podcast launches – The state of the energy market and the journey...

Talking Power is a podcast series focused on the future of energy and decarbonisation from the perspective of UK businesses. Hosted by The Energyst’s...

Lightsource BP pre-funds Spanish solar farms, targetting SMEs with a grouped PPA

British-based international solar developer Lightsource BP is launching Europe’s first raft of multi-buyer power purchasing agreements (PPAs) serving small and medium sized firms. Half-owned since...

Co-op primes 15 year divi from Yorkshire solar farm

Britain’s biggest co-operative society the Co-op has signed a 15 year power purchase deal to draw all the output from a Yorkshire solar farm. The...

Ofgem lifts price cap 5% to £1,928, blames wholesale market instability

Britain’s energy regulator confirmed market expectations this morning by increasing the dual fuel price cap with effect from January to £1,928 per year for...

OEM sets True path to out-performing market in commercial energy buys

Energy purchasing advisor Open Energy Market says its clients outperformed the bulk of commercial energy users in 2023, achieving savings of 30.2% on electricity...

Teaching the fundamentals of a greener industrial future

 The growing importance of reducing the environmental impact of industry needs new ways of maintaining industrial productivity whilst minimising carbon emissions. In this Q&A,...

Cutting out the carb(on)s: developer un-wastes energy at Derby low-carbon food cluster

Supported by waste-to-energy innovators Veolia, industrial estate developers SmartParc are lightening the carbon load by 30,000 tonnes a year for a revolutionary food-processing complex...

Cornwall: 15 more months of price cap pain

The Israel-Hamas conflict, strikes at an LNG conversion plant in Australia & disruptions to the Finnish Balticonnector are among causes set to keep predicted...

Elexon runs scheme to save PPM customers £40 per year

A programme calculated to save the average household feeding a pre-payment electricity meter (PPM) the princely sum of £40 per year has been launched...

Good Energy debuts hourly-based matching for business customers

In an industry first, low carbon power pioneer Good Energy is stepping up its anti-greenwash campaign, launching to its enterprise customers current time-matched to...

Three year payback on PV system serving Yorkshire hospice

A 73 kWp solar photovoltaic system installed on a Pontefract hospice is set to save £20,000 a year on energy bills, paying for itself...