Category Archives: Energy Market Intelligence

Nationwide Utilities Newsflash | Short-term gas and power prices roar higher

Mid March 2013

UK short-term gas prices this morning witnessed their biggest spike yet of the winter With Day-ahead hitting 120 p/th and Within-day 150 p/th – its highest level since 2006 – as imports through the main interconnector with Europe (the Zeebrugge-Bacton IUK pipe) were shut off due to a pump failure. …

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Microgeneration for Business

A major shift towards renewable energy is essential in order to achieve and maintain sustainable energy production and microgeneration is likely to be at the heart of that shift. Microgeneration is the production of zero or low-carbon electricity and heat by individuals, businesses and communities to meet their own energy …

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Instability in the Wholesale Energy Market

Variable weather in Europe and uncertainty surrounding new fracking techniques leads to fluctuating prices in the wholesale energy market. Falling temperatures across England and the UK at the start of January led to an increase in demand causing prices to rise. Predictable and typical for the time of year? Well …

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Power Outage Warnings

A power outage is never a welcome occurrence when running a business. At best it’s a short-term annoyance; at worst it can spell disaster for your organisation. If your business isn’t prepared, it can result in downtime, a loss of data or even an inability to operate. Advance warning of …

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