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Understanding Energy Supply

How Does Energy Supply Work? Having looked at where our energy comes from in our first post, ‘Understanding Energy Generation’, with an overview of the four main sources, Fossil Fuels, Nuclear Power, Gas and Renewables, the next logical step is to look at how it is...

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The ACEVO Annual Conference Event Tickets

Acevo At Energycentric we have been lucky enough to have forged a strong strategic partnership with ACEVO, the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, which has spanned a number of highly successful years. As well as an effective working...

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The Acevo Annual Conference

Strategic Partner For the past 8 years, Energycentric has proudly been recognised as a strategic partner to acevo and has been achieving savings on gas and electric costs for its members throughout this period. acevo is the UK’s largest network for charity and social...

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Understanding Energy Generation

Understanding the basics of energy generation, how it makes its way to us and who exactly is supplying it, is crucial understanding how and why it is so important. Over the next few months we will be compiling a simple series of blog posts that will look to answer...

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Domestic Energy Price Comparison from Energycentric

Energy Price Comparison Here at Energycentric we pride ourselves on our status as Business Utility Experts. Helping public and private sector businesses to make significant reductions on their gas, electric and water bills is what we are renowned for, offering...

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The Pros and Cons of Low Oil Prices

Low Oil Prices The global oil prices have dropped dramatically over the past year, causing exporting nations to suffer financially and importing nations to benefit from cheap fuel and heating. From a somewhat stable $110 per barrel between 2010 and 2014, the price for...

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What the Summer Budget means for Green energy Production

Green Energy Production The Summer Budget set out by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osbourne, just three weeks ago is likely to have a radical effect on energy producers across the country, none more so than those looking to supply renewable power. The...

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The TPI Code from Ofgem

Ofgem A Third Party Intermediary (TPI) is an organisation or group of individuals who give energy related advice, with the intention of helping you to either buy the energy from a specific supplier, or manage your energy needs. A TPI can be an energy broker, procurer...

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Companies need to get a move on before the rush!

Did you know that companies over a certain size have until 5th December 2015 to comply with the new EU legislation that requires them to have energy audits? “Why should you worry about it?” According to the ESOS website, from a survey conducted they discovered that...

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Why should businesses use an Energy Consultant?

Why Use an Energy Consultant? For SME’s the idea of having an in-house energy department is just not an option. Not only expensive, there are the implications of PAYE, internal training and just a massive time factor to think about. Ultimately it is unnecessary too....

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#Pound climbs to the highest level against the #Euro since May 2017 as UK PM May is said to consider delay to #Brexit.
Via..Schuldensuehner
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Energycentric
PM Theresa #May said she will put her deal to Parliament by March 12 at the latest – just 17 days before Britain is due to leave the #EU
#Brexit

https://bit.ly/2BQetYY
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Energycentric
#May Poised to Blur Red Lines as #Corbyn Snubs Her.

#Keypoints
#Brexit update

https://bloom.bg/2FJ6Ru2

@ACEVO It was our pleasure to be part of such a fantastic event. We had a great – and productive - day