Electricity

How to terminate an energy contract with your utility supplier?

Knowing how to terminate your business energy contract is extremely important. While the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers in the United Kingdom (British Gas, EDF Energy, EON, Npower, Scottish Power, and SSE) have permanently stopped “rolling over” their customers to a new energy contract, a bulk of the U.K.’s energy suppliers continue to practice this. Unless …

How to terminate an energy contract with your utility supplier? Read More »

EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BIOGAS RENEWABLE ENERGY

Biogas is a biofuel that is produced from the natural decomposition of organic matter. When organic matter such as animal manure, food scraps, and plant material is exposed to an environment wherein oxygen is absent, they release a blend of gases, particularly methane and carbon dioxide. This process is also called anaerobic digestion. Anaerobic digestion …

EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BIOGAS RENEWABLE ENERGY Read More »

GAS PRICES FALL, BUT MAJOR UK SUPPLIERS NOT PASSING ON SAVINGS TO CUSTOMERS

A sharp decrease in gas prices The wholesale prices fell due to the reduction in commercial and industrial demand because of the coronavirus pandemic. The ongoing price-war between Russia and Arabia further brought down oil prices. In the words of Matt Clemow, who is the CEO of Igloo Energy Covid-19 has had a significant impact. …

GAS PRICES FALL, BUT MAJOR UK SUPPLIERS NOT PASSING ON SAVINGS TO CUSTOMERS Read More »

HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICITY BILLS SET TO SOAR DUE TO LOCKDOWN

As the lockdown measures to combat the Covid-19 become more stringent, people are spending virtually all their time indoors. Analysis from energy firms has revealed that the consumption of home energy has seen a 30% increase, especially around midday. Working from home and the overall decreased electricity demand With schools closed and most of the …

HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICITY BILLS SET TO SOAR DUE TO LOCKDOWN Read More »

90% OF SCOTLAND’S POWER DEMAND COVERED BY RENEWABLES, ‘MORE CAPACITY COMING’

As of March 2020, 90% of the electricity in Scotland is generated through renewable sources. This is after a 14% increase from the year-on-year numbers. This is an impressive figure- but that is not all. Scotland also has a target to get to 100% within this year, and that may just happen. Scotland’s target to …

90% OF SCOTLAND’S POWER DEMAND COVERED BY RENEWABLES, ‘MORE CAPACITY COMING’ Read More »

TOTAL UNVEILS NEW CELTIC SEA FLOATING WIND PROJECT

Total, in partnership with Simple Blue Energy, has begun the development of its new floating offshore wind initiative. This would be situated in the Celtic Sea’s Welsh waters. A stepping-stone towards the future As per Sam Roch-Perks, the Managing  Director for Simply Blue Energy, the agreement with total is the first of stepping stone projects …

TOTAL UNVEILS NEW CELTIC SEA FLOATING WIND PROJECT Read More »

GOVERNMENT CHANGES STANCE, REINVIGORATING THE UK RENEWABLES SECTOR

The UK’s onshore solar and wind energy sectors are given a renewed hope with the government rethinking its support for renewable energy, which will help achieve the ambitious and legally-binding 2050 net-zero carbon emission goals.   The government will be allowing onshore projects for wind and solar PV to compete for the Contracts for Difference …

GOVERNMENT CHANGES STANCE, REINVIGORATING THE UK RENEWABLES SECTOR Read More »

ENERGY SECTOR CONTINUES TO STEP UP IN COVID-19 FIGHT

The controversial waste-to-energy project, Kelvin Energy Recovery Facility, is anticipated to come to a financial close by the end of this year. Construction is set to follow in early 2021. The facility was granted consent for planning in September 2019, set initially to divert 395,000 tonnes of nonrecyclable business and household waste from the landfills …

ENERGY SECTOR CONTINUES TO STEP UP IN COVID-19 FIGHT Read More »

OFGEM LETTER TO SUPPLIERS & NETWORKS OUTLINES COVID-19 COPING STRATEGIES

In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and the impact that it has had on all sections of the society, Ofgem has shared an open letter. This letter highlights their efforts, best practices, and how we can all work to get through these troubled times The importance of a reliable energy supply As mentioned in …

OFGEM LETTER TO SUPPLIERS & NETWORKS OUTLINES COVID-19 COPING STRATEGIES Read More »

PREPAID METER USERS, VULNERABLE GROUPS TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE AMID OUTBREAK

Gas and electricity market suppliers have agreed to provide emergency measures that will assist vulnerable consumers in securing their energy supply during the coronavirus crisis. Prepayment meter (PPM) customers will be receiving help if they are finding it hard to top-up. Options for PPM consumers include acquiring credits via post or automatic funding to their …

PREPAID METER USERS, VULNERABLE GROUPS TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE AMID OUTBREAK Read More »

Scroll to Top