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Should businesses cash in as UK Energy Prices crash?

Energy prices have seen a mini-crash this winter and customers can cash in on some of the lowest gas and electricity deals for years by renewing fixed contracts now, according to business energy broker ENER-G Procurement. But are further falls worth waiting for? “Gas and electricity prices currently quoted for …

One of the UK’s largest Solar Panel systems, built for Asset International by Brilliant Harvest, outperforms predictions

In April of this year solar experts, Brilliant Harvest, designed one of the UK’s largest roof-mounted solar arrays for Newport manufacturer, Asset International. A few months on and the solar panel system has already outperformed predictions by producing 12% more energy than predicted. It has also regained over 10% of …

Is the UK’s energy policy in crisis?

  Recent announcements that the UK is facing a possible 10% drop in domestic energy output has compounded earlier reports that the government policy on supporting the UK’s energy infrastructure is falling short of expectations. The result, according to industry experts EDW, is a potential crisis not just in energy supply, but …

Big Six stranglehold needs to end, says Energy Advice Line

  Ofgem should move urgently to end the Big Six energy companies’ stranglehold on UK energy supplies after British Gas reported a £600 million profit, according to the Energy Advice Line. Opening up the energy supply market to greater competition was the only way households and businesses would ever get …