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A nation that can't control its energy sources can't control its future. Barack Obama

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  • Day-ahead gas saw significant increases last week, driven mostly by unexpected maintenance required both here and on the continent. Lower temperature forecasts helped the increases in both gas and electricity, with the change in daylight savings also playing a part. Read More...
  • Two new grant funds were launched yesterday from the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE), seeking to help support agricultural and rural business under the Countryside Productivity scheme. The first is the Improving Farm Productivity grant, which has a deadline of the 3 December 2018 for applications. Read More...
  • Overall, the markets for both short and long-term gas and electricity remained stable this week. Read More...
  • A week dominated by the effect of unseasonably warm temperatures has led to significant reduction in demand and an associated price fall in short-term traded gas and electricity. Longer-term prices remained stable by contrast, despite a slight increase in the oil base. Read More...
  • Both gas and electricity saw a significant rise in price compared to last week. Gas was driven high by a number of unplanned outages in Norway and this, combined with actual wind and solar generation falling well short of forecasts, caused electricity prices to surge short-term. Read More...

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