Independent energy suppliers are shaking up the energy market

Over the past few years, the UK energy market has seen a lot of scrutiny over prices by both the media and the government. In conjunction with this, and perhaps due to this fact, the big six’s [...]

Independent energy suppliers are shaking up the energy market

Over the past few years, the UK energy market has seen a lot of scrutiny over prices by both the media and the government. In conjunction with this, and perhaps due to this fact, the big six’s [...]

Effective energy management comes from the top

With more and more businesses focusing on their energy management strategies and looking to reduce consumption, it is clear that there is a gap between business expectations of the amount of [...]

A brief guide to DCP161 and excess capacity charges

April 2018 saw the introduction of new regulations that were approved by the UK government’s regulator for gas and electricity markets in the UK, Ofgem. The new Distribution Change Proposal 161 [...]

A brief guide to Display Energy Certificates for businesses

Display Energy Certificates, also known and DECs, are certificates that show the energy usage and performance of non-domestic buildings, based on their actual usage and energy management and [...]

Cutting operating costs through energy management: a beginner’s guide

One of the largest business overheads is operating costs, and there are very few ways in which these costs can be reduced due to their necessity – one of the most successful ways of reducing [...]

The business benefits of electric vehicles

Back in 2013, only 3,500 of the vehicles registered that year were hybrid electric vehicles or plug-in, full electrically powered machines. At the end of 2017, the figure had increased almost [...]

Business guide to the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard

The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard came into force in April 2018, and new legal minimum levels of efficiency standards for energy management now apply to rented commercial buildings.