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

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    Chris

    This week saw further price reductions to both gas & electricity, although they were not to the levels of the previous week. Reduced supply risk and EDF being given the go-ahead to resume generation at the 480 MW Hunterston B-8 nuclear reactor being two of the main reasons for the changes. More
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    Chris

    Both gas & electricity markets fell substantially, driven mainly by losses in the crude, coal and carbon markets as growing angst over global economic health weighs on assumed future demands. The EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) carbon saw a 7% loss as ongoing no-deal Brexit speculation creates uncertainty. More
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    Chris

    Gas prices rose last week due to a tight supply following maintenance as well as being affected by an increasing carbon market and a weak UK pound. Electricity prices also increased, mainly influenced by the gas and carbon price rises. However, overall the market is still on a downward trend since October last year and is still lower than it was when it peaked in early July. More
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    Gas and electricity prices continue to drop, trying to recover from the significant price increases from earlier this month. Temperatures have continued to remain above seasonal norms which have helped reduce supply demands. The volatile carbon market adds uncertainty to the direction in which the markets will go in the forthcoming weeks. More
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    Chris

    There has been very little change to prices within the energy market last week. Brent Crude Oil and Coal came down due to falling demand forecasts and the news that SSE will close the 1.5 GW coal-fired Fiddler’s Ferry asset by April 2020. More

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