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An upheaval is planned for electricity distribution charges in just a few weeks. So what do businesses need to know and how will it effect what they are paying. From April 2018, the new regulatory change from OFGEM, DCP 228 will alter the way in which electricity distribution charges are calculated.

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Calling all public sector bodies…is now the time to monitor, analyse and manage your energy consumption? With businesses and the public sector spending around £22bn on energy every year, it is no wonder why energy is one of the largest expenditures for this sector. However there are very few energy efficiency measures in place to reduce energy consumption, prevent wastage and save costs. Energy is often overlooked by public sector organisations, which is perhaps due to a lack of knowledge or understanding of how much energy is being consumed and even potentially wasted.

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With around 40% of organisations still remaining non-compliant four months on from the ESOS Phase 1 deadline (5th December 2015), we believe it’s essential for affected businesses to get a head start on Phase 2.

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Do you use a Public Sector Buying Group (PSBG) to procure your energy? Are you responsible for procuring and reducing your organisation’s energy consumption and costs? If so then perhaps it’s time to move away from your existing provider.

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The latest ERIC report from October 2016 reported that the total annual energy usage from all energy sources across the NHS Estate amounted to 11.9 billion kWh, an increase of 3.5% from 2014/15. In this article we demonstrate how further reductions in cost and energy consumption can be made to help the NHS reach its next carbon reduction target.

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An energy consultancy recently highlighted the ‘missing millions’ owed to businesses due to utility billing errors. Alan Little, business development manager at specialist validation firm STC, outlines how to get that money back.

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Given The Green Light

Apr 03, 2017

Under the 2009 European Union Renewable Energy Directive, the UK is required to generate 15% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020. The UK Government aims to achieve this target by generating 30% of electricity, 12% of heat and 10% of transport from alternative sources.

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STC Energy discusses how they helped Millennium Point save over £155k in just one year with a historic billing audit, procurement savings and capacity reduction.

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The Heat Network Regulations cover many multi-let buildings served by a communal heating or cooling system, typically a centralised boiler or chiller plant. As a result, properties ranging from commercial estates to small blocks of flats are subject to the Heat Network Regulations.

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Are you a landlord of a tenanted commercial building or residential flats? Perhaps you have a communal heating or cooling systems and more than one tenant occupying the building? If you have answered yes to both these questions, then as a landlord, you will be affected by the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations.

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