The rise of the home energy management system

Development of renewable energy and increased electricity demand means that there is a growing need for technology to help manage and consume it in the most efficient way possible. Here, Jamie Bennett, Engineering Director at Drayton, discusses how the industry is shifting towards the concept of ‘Home Energy Management’ and why installers need to be […]

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Business electricity contracts

UK Energy Broker Business Juice is committed to helping its clients save money by making business electricity easy to understand with clear and open communication. Now the company has created an eye-catching infographic to help explain the potentially complex process of changing contracts. The business electricity market and company contracts can be complex matters. Now […]

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Small energy suppliers the winner from increased switching

More than two million customers have switched to independent electricity suppliers since 2010 thanks to Government action to open the energy market. Independent energy suppliers were given a further boost today as the Government and Ofgem published a list of commitments that address some of the key concerns to make it easier for them to […]

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Radical reforms to electricity market pass into law

Today the government’s reforms to stimulate low carbon energy investment and reduce bills have passed into law. The Secretary of State has confirmed that: The government’s delivery partners for the reformed market – National Grid, the Low Carbon Contracts Company, and the Electricity Settlements Company – have been given powers to go ahead and implement […]

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New tools to balance electricity system help reduce supply risks

Ofgem has today published its latest assessment of electricity capacity margins. Our results show that electricity margins are tightening over the next two winters to within broadly similar ranges to those set out in last year’s report. However the probability of disconnections has reduced due to measures taken by Ofgem, National Grid and Government. Capacity […]

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