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    Electricity prices have reduced this week due to the market taking direction from gas, system oversupply and warmer temperatures outweighing lower wind power generation forecasts. Reductions in trading prices to both coal and carbon have also influenced price reductions. More
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    Short-term pricing has remained flat with prices being influenced by the gas and carbon market as both oil and carbon prices fell on Friday. Brexit has been one of the major factors in driving prices up in the past few months. However, carbon prices could reduce further next week due to the speculation regarding Brexit subsiding for the time being. More
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    Gas prices were volatile throughout last week, ending high due to a drop in Norwegian Gas flows, temperatures falling below seasonal averages across the country and Brent Crude Oil prices rising due to conflict concerns in Libya. Electricity prices started the week relatively flat and stable, however, as the week went on they rose due to the volatility in gas prices. More
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    Correctly circulating air in a glasshouse can be tricky as you can’t see currents and airflow. Here are some tips and tricks you can use to optimise air movement in your glasshouse. More
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    18.03.2019

    Following a successful pilot study group project focused on Next Generation Growing (NGG), GrowSave led a workshop on 14 February 2019, hosted by Mill Nurseries, to share some of the lessons learned. The 25-strong audience comprised of growers, crop consultants and industry representatives, all keen to hear the outcomes of the project. More
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    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. More

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