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Experts in helping your business navigate the challenges of a complex energy market
BEYOND ENERGY SUPPLY
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Committed to providing energy supply solutions to Industrial & Commercial consumers
Wholesale market experts
The wholesale energy market is the largest single driver of consumer energy prices. Our experienced trading and pricing team can help you understand and effectively manage your commodity risk. Asides from UK power and gas markets, our trading team also have access to European energy and environmental markets.
Getting the basics right
By solely working with larger energy consumers, we provide a high degree of specialisation and focus to customers. Our end-to-end systems ensure that from the point of quote through to renewal, we can work together in a timely, accurate and transparent manner that delivers the best results to our customers.
A tailored approach
Our customers are at the centre of what we do. We work with businesses from a broad spectrum of industries that have significantly different expectations of their energy contracts. The contracts we put in place are all structured to meet the needs of individual businesses.
Energy markets are changing
The move away from fossil fuels is creating unprecedented change. Our agile and data driven approach means we can be at the front of innovation, ensuring new perspectives and product growth. By working with Brook Green, customers will be best positioned to unlock flexibility and unrealised value, whilst adapting to the changing energy mix and regulatory landscape.
The markets continued their volatile, headline driven moves as all eyes remained on Friday’s European payments for Russian gas deliveries. Nervousness around the market caused June-22 gas and power contracts to rise to around the...
Last week showed much volatility over the markets in general before settling lower late on Friday afternoon. Continued volatility remained as Russian threats to cut off supply via the Yamal pipeline may negatively impact many European nations.
The week began with volatility over the market before generally settling lower over summer months. Commodity markets continue to be driven by headlines amid low liquidity. Extended lockdowns in major Chinese cities have helped to reduce demand.
The week began with the front end of the gas and power curves disassociating with further dated contracts, seeing the front month to front season spread widen. The front of the gas curve came under pressure from warmer temperatures.