Wholesale Energy Market Review 26 July 2019

Energy Wholesale Market View

Headlines This week, nearly all power and gas contracts dropped week-on-week, with only day-ahead power rising as record breaking temperatures increased cooling demand. Warmer temperatures also supported API 2 coal prices to a three-month high, which in turn saw higher demand for EUAs and lifted EU ETS carbon prices to a 13-year high just below

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Sigma Spotlight – Data Monitoring

Monitoring & Targeting

Utility costs can be the second or third largest cost for an organisation, and often the one under a lot of scrutiny from a budget cutting and sustainability point of view. Having the right tools to help you manage, control and reduce energy usage is paramount. We can’t support our customers to build an optimised

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Sigma Energy Management software now available on G-Cloud 11 Framework

Our enterprise-class energy management software, Sigma, is now available to public sector organisations throughout the UK as part of the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) G-Cloud 11 Framework Agreement. Public sector organisations looking for a cost-effective and efficient way to purchase IT services can now use the framework to access our energy management solutions. G-Cloud 11

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Wholesale Energy Market Review 19 July 2019

Energy Wholesale Market View

Headlines All power and gas contracts fell, reversing the previous week’s gains. Gas contracts were down following the end of unplanned outages, an increase in production from UKCS and a decline in Brent crude oil prices. Day-ahead gas was down 14.0% to 29.6p/th. The contract started the week at a three-month high of 38.3p/th, as

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Wholesale Energy Market Review 12 July 2019

Energy Wholesale Market View

Headlines All baseload power and gas contracts rose this week. Wholesale prices followed a recovery in EU ETS carbon, Brent crude oil and API 2 coal, with the former setting a fresh 11-year high. Prices were further supported by an undersupplied gas system following unplanned outages in Norway, while weaker wind generation led to an

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Outsourcing energy management: getting it right for you

TEAM Bureau

Utilities can often make-up a significant part of a business’s budget. Costs can quickly mount when you take into consideration the additional outlay of operational overheads, stretched resources and increasing bills. As an energy services provider, in recent years we have seen a step-change in a growing number of organisations strategically choosing to outsource their

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Energy management series: where to begin

Energy Saving Opportunity (ESOS) Scheme

Over the next 12 months we are going to guide you through the process of establishing an energy management strategy that is fully embedded in your organisation. It’s a process like any other and in this introductory strategic overview we want to give you the basic secrets to success; knowledge, power and resilience. Knowledge This

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Wholesale Energy Market Review 5 July 2019

Energy Wholesale Market View

Headlines This week, the majority of baseload power and gas contracts moved lower. However, near-term contracts including day-ahead and month-ahead gas and power contracts rose from last week, with tighter gas supplies and lower wind generation the main drivers. The day-ahead contract was up 12.6% to end the week at £40.7/MWh, a two-week high, while

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Compliance Comparison: DECs and EPCs

Display Energy Certificates: A closer look

When we’re talking about our products and services, we often default to using acronyms like they are actual words. Our sector is saturated with new policies and legislations, all presented with long titles, so it’s inevitable that the acronyms themselves can get mixed up. Lately, we’ve been answering lots of enquiries about Display Energy Certificates

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