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Energy efficiency is a measure of energy used for delivering a given service. Improving energy efficiency means getting more from the energy that we use. DECC - Energy Efficiency Strategy: 'The Energy Efficiency Opportunity in the UK'

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  • Last week temperatures stayed above seasonal norms reducing the demand for gas which brought prices down with supply levels remaining strong. This improvement in gas prices, combined with above average wind generation, supported a similar drop in electricity prices. Read More...
  • After temperatures being mild and demand being low throughout February, gas demand actually went up last week due to lower temperatures increasing the demand for heating. From midweek, demand reduced and remained below seasonal norms with overall prices for gas and electricity decreasing. Read More...
  • Earlier in the week, the warmer weather and the healthy supply of gas brought prices down. However, towards the end of the week, the strengthening of coal and carbon prices caused gas prices to rise for the first time in a while, with electricity following suit. Read More...
  • Gas prices pushed further down with continued healthy supplies and reduced demand due to higher than usual seasonal temperatures. More Liquid Natural Gas tankers arrived during last week helping to maintain stock levels, meaning that a mid-week gas outage in Norway had very little effect on prices. Read More...
  • Gas prices declined significantly again last week due to continued healthy supply levels. With temperatures across the country remaining very mild for this time of year, and with the forecast set to stay that way for the rest of the month, gas demand remains low. Read More...

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