Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Benefits of Water Deregulation

Benefits of Water Deregulation

Water procurement & management for businesses In what was considered to be one of the largest changes in decades, from April 2017 the water market in England was deregulated. Following Scotland’s lead, for the first time non-domestic customers have the ability to select their preferred water supplier. Historically, businesses were …

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Electricity Market Reform (EMR)

Electricity Market Reform

What is Energy Market Reform? The UK is heavily focused on investing in energy infrastructure and achieving environmental targets including an 80% reduction in carbon emissions on 1990 levels by 2050. In addition, the aim is to generate at least 15% of our power from renewable sources by 2020. To …

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Energy Intensive Industry Subsidies | What it means for businesses

Energy Intensive Industry Subsidies

Energy Intensive Industry Subsidies (EIIs) To ensure the UK meets its low-carbon targets, the government has introduced several policies encouraging the growth of renewable technologies to help shape a sustainable future. As a consequence of these policies, new renewable charges have been introduced to business and domestic invoices, hence increasing the …

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