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

Chris

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    Chris

    Both electricity and gas prices have fallen this week with lower EU Carbon and oil prices, impacted by the Coronavirus epidemic. Europe has also recorded its warmest January on record which has severely reduced power-for-heating demand across the continent. More
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    Chris

    Surging Liquified Natural Gas imports into the UK have continued to top up storage this week and together with the fall in carbon, oil and coal has led to a market price decrease. Prices for Summer and Winter 2020 have subsequently received a marginal reduction due to a decreased risk premium. More
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    Chris

    Last week saw price decreases across the board. For gas, despite it being the tail end of the holidays, there are expectations of an oversupplied system in 2020 following a new five year trade deal with Russia and Ukraine being agreed, which will see a considerable amount of natural gas piped into Europe. More
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    Jon

    Electricity and gas prices have dropped slightly due to the long range weather forecasts predicting a mild winter. This announcement has been accompanied with the news that UK mid-range storage levels are currently at over 90% capacity and EU Carbon observed a net loss of 2. More
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    Chris

    The carbon price has seen losses of up to 3% this week due to the closure of coal facilities in Germany. Alongside above average temperature forecasts for the start of December, the cost of both electricity and gas are looking like they may go downwards. More
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    Chris

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