The UK economy grew by 0.5% in Q1 2019, up from 0.2% in the last quarter of 2018. Private consumption and government spending contributed positively while net trade was a negative influence. There has been extensive stockpiling ahead of what should have been Brexit, now postponed, and consumers seem to have thrown caution to the […]
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Wholesale markets remain unpredictable with a number of new drivers beginning to emerge. Global demand – or rather the lack it – appears to be the dominant driver of the day and, with no sign of this changing in the short term, prices continue to be held in check. The latest Capacity market auction cleared its […]
While we now know for certain when Theresa May will be standing down from office, what affect her announcement will mean to energy prices is very much unknown. The need to resolve Brexit will be top priority for the new PM. Energy markets will continue to remain highly susceptible to the perceived outcome, deal or no deal. […]
With the end of this month comes some legislative changes. April 1st introduces the new Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) initiative. The main objective of this change is to incentivise the reduction in carbon emissions by promoting energy efficiency. By increasing your energy efficiency, you ultimately reap the benefits.