Many organisations are already in the habit of undertaking energy audits to highlight where energy and water efficiencies can be made, save on utility costs, and reduce carbon emissions. Unfortunately, the sad reality of many energy audits and surveys (especially ones that are completed for compliance with ESOS), is that once they are completed, the […]
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To mark International Day of Forests, we are delighted to share that we have become a corporate friend to the Forest of Marston Vale committing to plant a tree for every employee annually. As an employee-owned business our environmental values are important to us, so we have pledged an annual donation of one tree for […]
Our Head of Consultancy, Timothy Holman, reflects on the Chancellor’s Spring Budget including further investment in sustainable energy production and the acceleration of carbon capture technologies. There were a number of big-ticket announcements in Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt’s budget today all centred around the Government’s economic growth plan focusing on four E’s; enterprise, education, employment and […]
Environment Management analyst, Sophie Legg, has joined our Energy Services to support customers with their energy and carbon management. Sophie’s appointment as Energy Services Analyst is a great addition to the business as we continue to work in partnership with organisations to transform and harness best practice to optimise their operations and become resilient to […]
Following on from the Distribution Use of System (DUoS) changes that came into place in 2022, Ofgem will be changing the way the Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) and the Balancing Service Use of System (BSUoS) are charged from 1 April 2023. Why are these changes coming into place? To help you understand what […]
Business development and customer relationship expert appointed to drive growth for TEAM Energy in the South. Experienced business development manager, Patrick Ryan, has joined TEAM Energy to drive our business development in the South. Patrick has over 20 years’ customer, relationship and account management experience for business services suppliers, water companies and marketing agencies. Patrick […]
Much like the multi-coloured sticker on a new appliance, an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rates how energy efficient a building is using grades from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient). It is a certificate that would-be buyers or tenants get when they look at a property. EPCs act as a guide to let potential buyers […]
Is your relationship with carbon toxic? Do you find yourself constantly spending money, but never getting anything in return? Or perhaps, the relationship was mutually beneficial at the beginning, but is now simply too ‘hot’ to handle? If so, maybe it’s time to consider moving on… Figuring out whether a relationship is right for you […]
Our Head of Consultancy, Timothy Holman, reflects on the UK Government’s creation of the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero. The devolution of the responsibility for net zero from BEIS at this critical time is welcome news and puts back a much needed focus after its predecessor the Department for Energy and Climate Change […]
Data is crucial when it comes to managing energy, but communicating it can come with its challenges as ‘data’ means different things to different people. Some people enjoy reading and analysing pages and pages of data and methodology, scrutinising every detail, before focusing on a numeric heavy summary page. To others, the thought of this […]
The Energy Bills Discount Scheme, it’s about as clear mudAhead of the closure of the Energy Bill Relief Scheme (EBRS), our Head of Customer Success, Tom Anderton, breaks down what support businesses can expect to help them with the high cost of energy from the new Energy Bills Discount Scheme. Find out more about the […]
Our Head of Consultancy, Timothy Holman, reflects on the latest recommendations from the independent review of the UK’s Net Zero 2050 strategy. For anyone in doubt of the Government’s commitment to net zero by 2050, Chris Skidmore MP’s Mission Zero review of Net Zero has endorsed the pledge, with some additional recommendations to accelerate the […]
We have been named a supplier on the RM6313 – Demand Management and Renewables (DMR) Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) Agreement. Through this DPS we can provide our products and services to any public sector organisations to help them achieve their energy and sustainability goals. The DMR DPS is due to replace the RM3824 Heat Networks […]
Our Head of Customer Success, Tom Anderton, breaks down what support businesses can expect to see from the new Energy Bills Discount Scheme. Ahead of the closure of the Energy Bill Relief Scheme (EBRS) in March, the UK Government has announced a new initiative to support businesses with the high cost of energy. The Energy […]
What ideas do you have to help your organisation with its Net Zero target this year? There are so many different ways to identify and reduce work related emissions, across both your organisation’s premises and home workers, that it can be difficult to know what is worthwhile and what is not. So, to help you […]
For businesses, the rising energy costs have become an inescapable truth that is forcing them to think seriously about energy consumption. And it’s not only from a cost perspective. Pressure to reduce carbon emissions is also mounting. So, like any new year diet, an energy reduction strategy needs to work for the long term and […]
The countdown to Christmas is on. With only a few weeks left in the year, you may be starting to wind down and although you might want to wait until the new year to kick off any new projects, there are a few areas where you can make energy savings in the run up to […]
Congratulations on getting the green light on your energy project! So, what is next? In this blog we will look at how the process of implementation will vary depending on the type of project and how a broad range of stakeholders are key to the project’s overall success. Develop a detailed project implementation plan For […]
After two weeks of events and discussions surrounding the impact of climate change and what nations can do to keep the global temperature below 1.5C, COP27 is now complete. We followed the conference closely with our live blogs keeping up to date with the news from the event. Now with the final text published, our […]
The latest news and insights from the UN Climate Conference COP27 in Egypt taking place between 7 – 18 November 2022 Gender day Alison Campbell, Deputy Lead Negotiator from COP26 talked about the importance of keeping conversations and research alive in between COP events. She is hoping that COP27 will show that energy transformation is […]
The latest news and insights from the UN Climate Conference COP27 in Egypt taking place between 7 – 18 November 2022 Mobilising the Private Sector for Climate Action At the Mobilising the Private Sector for Climate Action panel today, Austrian Minister for Climate Action, Gertraud Wollansky, explained that organisations in the private sector need political […]