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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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    Energy costs reduced again due to healthy gas storage and assumed weaker demands for summer bringing down the cost of coal and carbon too. Brent Crude costs fell significantly after the US announced that they will impose tariffs on Mexican imports; their trade war weighing heavily on the global economic outlook. More
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    Falling carbon and oil prices has seen further reductions to prices over the past week and although we are forecasted to see temperatures drop significantly this week, forecasts still indicate that temperatures will be at or above seasonal averages for the next six weeks. More
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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. More
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    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. More
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    Gas prices dropped further last week due to milder than forecast weather, which reduced demand for gas. Initially electricity prices did come down in line with the gas market. However, due to the decline in wind generation towards the end of the week, electricity prices rose. More
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    Gas prices saw a massive drop this week, due to cold weather forecasts being revised, with temperatures returning to milder seasonal norms by the end of the month. On top of this, a healthy amount of liquid natural gas is due to dock this month which has caused prices to drop further. More

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