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28 03 2018
Page - 28 March 2018
The energy revolution is not on the horizon, it’s happening now. Following our webinar on this topic, James Graham, Head of Sales in our Asset Optimisation team, explains why businesses need to change the way they view and use energy to take advantage of the flexibility opportunity. Most in the business world will be aware of the low-carbon transition happening in the global energy system. The change we’ve seen in Great Britain over just a few years has been dramatic – since 2014, coal’s contri...
28 03 2018
Blog - 28 March 2018
Energy is a major material cost for most businesses and typically the largest source of carbon emissions. Chief Commercial Officer David Cockshott, discusses why organisations can no longer afford to be passive energy consumers. Energy is a strategic priority for many large companies. This was historically because of cost but with the increasing focus on climate change, carbon emissions and energy security are now top of the agenda. Many companies have seen energy efficiency and renewable ener...
02 03 2018
Blog - 2 March 2018
A commitment made by electricity network companies to help Great Britain’s fast developing smart grid could help deliver £17bn back to the economy by 2050, according to an industry body. Electricity network companies operating across England, Scotland and Wales have announced the joint pledge to “create new markets to enable flexibility services that will compete alongside traditional investment”. They said the move will help reduce the cost of running the network to customers and provide new ...
12 12 2017
News article - 12 December 2017
The cost of using electricity in the Triad periods is set to rise again this winter. Mark Cox, Key Account Manager, discusses when we are most likely to see the Triads and how best to avoid them. Half hourly electricity demand over the Triad periods (the three highest half hourly peak demand periods between November and February separated by 10 days) is National Grid’s mechanism for covering the cost of operating the transmission system. Many large energy users attempt to avoid these periods i...
27 10 2017
Blog - 27 October 2017