Keep your business relevant and compliant with our carefully selected news and legislative updates below.
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As energy costs are continuing to rise and businesses are under increasing pressure to reduce their carbon footprint, many are looking to Solar-PV as a way to cut carbon emissions and combat the increase in electricity costs.
However, as Solar Power only accounted for 4% of the energy produced in the...Read more
All you need to know about the latest Ofgem regulation which may mean future increases to your business electricity costs.
This regulation is a result of industry reform recently introduced by Ofgem around how the Transmission (TNUoS) and Distribution (DUoS) networks recover the cost of maintaining pylons, wires and cables in...Read more
Unfortunately, 2021 is set to be another turbulent year. Due to the freezing conditions last week, we saw short-term gas prices at a three-year record high with electricity prices also at an all-time high. We’re also seeing regular cuts in oil production which is being exacerbated due to the challenges...Read more
Why Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR)?
SECR is one of the many energy-focused initiatives which has followed from the Paris Climate Agreement and the UK’s initial commitment to reducing carbon emissions by 80% by 2050. The legislation is designed to make energy efficiency a focal point for businesses, to reduce...Read more
We’re delighted to be working with Phil Herriot from the Lloyds Bank Education team and Tim Warneford, Academy Funding Consultant to support academy trusts seeking to optimise resources and maximise potential.
As a multi-service procurement consultancy who specialise in streamlining costs and...Read more
SME’s and large corporates are facing additional challenges with working alongside COVID-19 and an economic downturn, minimising risks and controlling costs are now paramount to ensuring resilience and sustainability.
The energy market is highly volatile at the best of times and given the current global climate we are living and working...Read more
The Covid-19 global pandemic has seen the largest ever annual fall in CO2 emissions as many countries have enforced lockdowns. It has been predicted by analysts that in 2020, emissions may fall by about 5%, the equivalent to 2.5bn tonnes of CO2. The UK alone has seen a fall of...Read more
Covid-19 has caused much disruption to the business environment as we know it, and this has had an impact on achieving compliance in some regulated areas.
Here’s an update on some of the recent changes to energy legislation that may affect your business:
1. Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS)
One of the...
During this difficult trading time, we want to offer help, advice and guidance to those that may need it. With some businesses having to temporarily close, controlling costs will be paramount.
As Energy specialists, we’ve devised a list of issues that you may have come across in the past few weeks as well...Read more