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Energy efficiency is not just low-hanging fruit; it is fruit on the ground. Stephen Chu, US Secretary of Energy

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  • Short term prices were dominated again by supply availability and trending upwards, with gas affected by lack of shipments to the UK by sea and electricity by reduced input from renewables. Longer term prices in both cases reduced slightly as the pound strengthened. Read More...
  • Energy storage is a hot topic for UK growers and we would like to invite you to join us on the 20 September to find out it can benefit you both financially and in terms of your energy supply.  Read More...
  • Ten years ago, and just like today, energy saving was vitally important for successful greenhouse businesses. However, in addition to the problem of volatile and increasing energy costs, growers were starting to face new challenges, such as energy saving legislation and consumers who want produce grown with a low environmental impact. Read More...
  • Short-term gas prices were caught between the balance of imported gas from Norway and UK exports, with some unplanned outages on the import side pushing prices up. However, short-term electricity trended downwards based on strong renewable forecasts. Long-term gas tracked the increase in oil prices and electricity followed suit. Read More...
  • Helped again by supply issues from Norway, short-term gas prices reached a six month high. Without enough renewable generation to resist the upward pressure, electricity prices followed suit. Read More...

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