Energy Market News
Helping your business to make informed decisions
Welcome to our new Energy market news feature providing you with a daily update on UK energy markets, world energy news and supplier contract performance information.
Where Energy is a strategic cost, having sight of the background trends in the market gives you and your management team the visibility of projecting future costs. Where you have taken a position for your supply contracts, whether a long term fixed contract or a seasonal, monthly, spot position on a flexible supply contract, visibility of how that position is performing allows for informed future decisions.
Using Visible Energy’s Market Insights reporting tool will allow you to compare past and present decisions with alternative strategies and other contracts. Where large sums are being committed to supply contracts validation and reporting on these strategic decisions provided reassuring support.
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