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Blockchains potential in the energy industry

The energy industry is becoming increasingly invested in blockchain and 2018 is expected to bring many new developments
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Nearly a quarter of households have never switched energy provider

According to new research, Brits are missing the opportunity to save hundreds of pounds by switching their energy provider
energy bills

UK spends on average 4.4% of earnings on energy bills

The Electrical Guys have discovered that Wales spends the highest of their earning on their gas and electricity bills in a recent investigation
renewable heat incentive

BSRIA supports renewable heat incentive

BSRIA is in support of the “reformed and refocused scheme” for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) The incentive was issued by the government on Friday...
crypto mining

Crypto mining companies will consume more energy than households in 2018

Iceland is set to consume more energy for crypto mining than for household this year, according to the Associated Press Icelandic businessman Johan Snorri Sigurbergsson...
cost cap

London Assembly calls for £5,000 cost cap on landlord funding contribution

Assembly calls for Mayor to support the £5,000 cost cap in his Fuel Poverty Action Plan as an estimated million households are unable to...
high energy prices

1 million more consumers will be protected from high energy prices

Ministers welcome protection from high energy prices to 1 million consumers by extension of Ofgem safeguard tariff cap Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry...
big six energy

Could the Big Six energy companies be losing their grip on the market?

High demand and a busy competitive market for gas is taking a strain on the Big Six energy companies argues Nicola Bannister, the marketing manager...
Battery Storage

Can the UK be a global leader in battery storage?

Senior market research analyst at BSRIA Ltd, Henry Lawson provides an expert perspective on the potential for battery storage in the UK today In a...
Green technology

Is Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology smarter than your building management team?

Danny Pay, Director of Maximus Green outlines that businesses have a responsibility to use green technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) to survive Technology is...

A continued focus on improving Swedish energy policy

Sweden’s Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy, Ibrahim Baylan speaks to us about the importance of a sustainable Swedish energy policy The goal of Swedish...
energy awards

Pulse Business Energy wins Energy Buying Team of the year

Pulse Business Energy wins Energy Buying Team of the year at the Energy awards 2017 The Energy awards, won by Pulse Business Energy this year,...
Warm Homes Fund

National Grid targets fuel poverty with Warm Homes Fund

National Grid to tackle fuel poverty across the UK with new £150m Warm Homes Fund Over 9,000, ranging from island cottages on Orkney to terraced...
deregulation and innovation

Deregulation and innovation: evidence from the electricity industry

Giacomo Valletta from EDHEC Business School sheds light on the key issues concerning deregulation and innovation in the European electricity industry Over the last three...

Let’s be honest: gas and oil are not going anywhere, anytime soon

Danny Pay, Director of Maximus Green outlines energy efficiency towards gas and oil is a realistic approach to going ‘green’ for all applications

A fusion future

Laban Coblentz, Head of Communication, ITER gives an absorbing insight into all things fusion and the future of fusion energy
reliable energy

The most reliable energy sources

Gas providers Flogas weigh up the best options for reliable energy and explore how different sources compare in performance and environmental impact
source of energy

Data shows solar power is the fastest growing source of energy

Experts are hailing a 'new era' as the International Energy Agency releases data showing that solar power is the fastest growing source of energy
UK solar farm

UK solar farm the first built without a government subsidy

UK solar farm Clayhill will be the first built in the country without a government subsidy after solar panel costs have fallen by a third in 7 years
energy outout

Scottish Power estimates Britain will need to boost its energy output

Scottish Power says that the UK will have to boost its energy output by a quarter to cope with new demands from electric cars...

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