Market Updates


  • Energy Prices: the non-energy costs

    "It’s certainly possible that in the coming years, the cost of subsidies and government schemes will surpass the cost of the energy component." In recent years there has been a great deal of emphasis on rising energy costs and what this means for British businesses. The role of wholesale energy costs has formed a large part of this narrative....

  • Brook Green Supply to triple its customer portfolio this year

    Brook Green Supply, a gas and electricity supplier for British businesses, plans to triple its customer portfolio this year. The company, which currently has around 1,000 clients – the equivalent of 100,000 domestic meters – said its growth plans follow a “successful first year”....

  • CMA publishes final energy market reforms

    In an effort to drive down costs, the CMA has concluded its energy market investigation setting out a wide range of reforms to modernise the market for the benefit of customers. Over 30 measures will be brought in after...

  • New carbon targets for 2030

    UK announces ambitious new carbon target for 2030. In an effort to relieve fears of the casualty of climate change following the UK’s electorate vote for Brexit on 24th June, Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, set an ambitious carbon target to reduce emissions 57%...

  • Proposed Changes to the Capacity Markets

    DECC Consultation on proposed changes to the Capacity Market (CM) Electricity market conditions have changed with a tightening of capacity due to the announcement of generation plant closures taking effect earlier than anticipated. As such...

  • P272 Change

    P272, an industry wide change mandating Half-Hourly (HH) settlement for all profile class 5-8 meters. As of 1 April 2017, all electricity consumers with profile class 5-8 will need to have their meters updated to allow for HH reads. Most small businesses are affected...