Monthly Archives: April 2013

Types of Energy Contracts

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There are two main energy contract types, fixed and flexible. These are sourced through energy suppliers and include a variety of energy service and tariff agreements. Deciding between different types of business energy contracts, for large users especially, requires a careful consideration of the options. The contract best suited for …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | mid April 2013

mid April

Carbon crash has little impact UK power prices have fallen sharply over the last two weeks, reflecting a return to temperatures that are in line with seasonable norms and an improved gas supply outlook. A crash in the value of EUAs (EU carbon allowances that are factored in to power …

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Why would Nationwide Utilities provide better value than your current broker?

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To answer this question the first action is to review and assess the services you are currently receiving from your current energy consultant, to act as a benchmark. We will not claim to be offering better value without developing an understanding of the services you are already receiving. However, rarely …

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Which Energy Supplier would you Recommend?

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There is no ‘one supplier fits all’ response to this, as the answer depends on how much energy you consume, in what part of the country you are based and precisely when (in relation to market cycles) the question is asked. For organisations with sites in multiple locations and with …

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Energy Market Risk Analysis | early April 2013

Early April

Market reels after biggest spike yet Prices on the short-term UK gas and power markets rocketed to new heights again on March 22nd, as gas imports through the main interconnector with Europe were cut off by a pump failure, exacerbating a supply squeeze caused by ongoing freezing conditions and storage …

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