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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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  • The long anticipated RHI regulations are to come into effect on 20 September. The reforms were laid before parliament yesterday giving the minimum 20 day notice. This has the greatest impact for biomass boilers where the tariffs for small, medium and large biomass will all align to one new tariff. Read More...
  • The NFU has announced today that it has bought leading agriculture energy consultancy FEC Energy. Currently, FEC Energy provides help to growers to buy and sell energy, generate heat and electricity, use energy more efficiently and reduce the compliance burden of energy regulation. Read More...
  • Last week saw some fairly mixed price movements across the board. Electricity prices have been driven up due to National Grid forecasts being higher and concerns over lengthy nuclear outages in France on the horizon. Though this week we hope things will stabilise, we anticipate that there may be more of the same until there is more certainty in the market. Read More...
  • Even in these modern times, waste remains a part of our daily lives. From organic matter to petroleum-based plastic, waste comes in many forms. Recycling is a higher priority these days than at any time in the past, but doing so is not always a cost-effective option. Read More...
  • A complicated week, with several factors helping to keep both short and long term prices fairly stable. However, short-term electricity prices surged due to concerns around nuclear power supply and a general lower forecast for renewable generation. Read More...

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