At NFU Energy, we have a team of energy experts who are on hand to assist with any queries you may have regarding your energy imports, exports or projects. We have started our own podcast, where each month we delve into different aspects of buying, generating and using energy. If you are interested in the world of energy, give our podcasts a listen as our experts answer your questions.
In “The state of the electricity market”, our experts talk about the strange things that have been happening in the electricity market throughout 2020 due to COVID-19. As well as discussing the on going challenges as the UK attempts to decarbonise the electricity supply and the way we use electricity in the UK. Listen to this podcast here.
In “The future of gas use in the UK”, our experts discuss the UK's gas market, delving into how we use gas to produce both heat and power in the UK. Jon is going to help us to understand how the use of gas in the UK has changed over the last few years and how it's likely to change going forward as we try to move away from fossil fuels. Listen to this podcast here.
In “All things Solar”, our experts delve into all things Solar and discuss the different factors of this growing form of renewable energy. They will be discussing the benefits of Solar, what should be considered before installing, and the financial benefits of installing Solar. Listen to this podcast here.
In “Energy efficiency”, our experts discuss Energy Efficiency and its importance in reaching the NFU's goal of Net Zero by 2040. They discuss the meaning of Energy Efficiency, its importance for businesses and how NFU Energy can help you on your journey to achieving Net Zero. Listen to this podcast here.
In “Environmental Permitting”, our experts discuss the world of environmental permitting and its impact on your energy projects. They will be discussing the types of fuel used, the types of permit and what the impacts could be if you do not have the right permits. Listen to this podcast here.
Find out how we can help you with all your energy needs by giving the team a call on 024 7669 6512.