Wednesday, 09 December 2015
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by Andrew Kneeshaw

Solar power with a difference

There has been a push from the Paris energy summit to work on technical solutions to the carbon emissions problem. Solar power has been a key contributor so far, but continuity of supply and energy storage is the big challenge. Here’s an idea from the States that addresses the problem.
Tuesday, 01 December 2015
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by Elisa Evans

Going, going, going... Dutch

I recently had the pleasure of having a Dutch relative come to stay and, knowing that some of our clients have Dutch origins, I couldn’t miss the opportunity to quiz them on the differences between life here and across the channel.
Friday, 27 November 2015
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by Oli Coe

Governments spending review in a nutshell

The Government has published the autumn spending review. Here are the main points concerning energy.
Thursday, 26 November 2015
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by Jon Swain

Spending review is announced... RHI will continue

Yesterday’s spending review contained the Government’s financial plans for improved energy efficiency and renewable energy.  Although some detail is missing about how the measures will be achieved, the following points were made:
Friday, 20 November 2015
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by Jon Swain

Did you know this about the RHI scheme?

Having spent a couple of days at the Wood Heat Association Conference in Bristol recently, I thought I would share a few interesting snippets about the RHI scheme.
Wednesday, 18 November 2015
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by Tay Bishop

How important is customer service to you?

We’ve always had a strong desire to provide our customers with great customer service. Whether Kimberley is helping you with your energy contract, or Elisa is managing your energy accounts, we all strive to ensure that we give our customers a personal and comprehensive service.
Thursday, 22 October 2015
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by Jenny Beynon

Horses to the rescue...

Horses have always been there for us humans, whether as modes of transport, helping us farm the land, or simply a focus for our leisure time. However, Finland’s Government may have found another human issue where they could help.
Thursday, 15 October 2015
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by Elisa Evans

A taste of the Orient

During my recent holiday to the Far East I experienced why Japan has a reputation for being the worlds’ technology leader. I spied some regenerative braking on an electric train and travelled by maglev bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto past the Panasonic Solar Ark.
Tuesday, 13 October 2015
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by Tim Pratt

Letter of Authority warning

Energy suppliers are tightening up their procedures to ensure that energy account information is only shared with people who have authority. So for energy brokers, this is where a Letter of Authority (LOA) comes in.
Thursday, 08 October 2015
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by Max Knowles

A change for climate change

On November 30th, the United Nations will convene for the 21st annual Climate Change Conference (UNCCC). In the past, these conferences have produced specific directives, or protocols, with the ultimate aim of stabilising greenhouse gas production to prevent serious interference with the Earth’s


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