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Utilitas at the ISBA 201817 May 2018

Utilitas at the ISBA 2018

This year, on the 9th and 10th of May, The Brighton Centre will play host to the ISBA Annual Conference. The event is a chance for delegates to research new opportunities and suppliers, and find ways to take their school’s offering to the next level....

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Utilitas Team Complete MoonWalk London 201816 May 2018

Utilitas Team Complete MoonWalk London 2018

On Saturday night, three of the ladies from the Utilitas team donned their pink cowboy hats and headed off from Clapham Common on the 21st annual MoonWalk, to raise money for breast cancer awareness.

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Utilitas Team Complete MoonWalk London 2018

On Saturday night, three of the ladies from the Utilitas team donned their pink cowboy hats and headed off from Clapham Common on the 21st annual MoonWalk, to raise money for breast cancer awareness.

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ESOS Phase 2: what do you need to know? 04 May 2018

ESOS Phase 2: what do you need to know?

As ESOS Phase 2 is officially being initiated, it?s important to understand what ESOS is and how it helps the environment. As this scheme is mandatory for all organisations outside the public sector in the UK that meet the qualification criteria, it?s cru

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6 Tips For Surviving a Corporate Event02 May 2018

6 Tips For Surviving a Corporate Event

We have been lucky enough to attend a fair few events in our time. It's a great way to meet new people and businesses, and find out about exciting developments in your industry. We?re sure many of you are seasoned veterans and could teach us a thing

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Utilitas at the ISBA 2018

This year, on the 9th and 10th of May, The Brighton Centre will play host to the ISBA Annual Conference. The event is a chance for delegates to research new opportunities and suppliers, and find ways to take their school?s offering to the next level.

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New energy legislation DCP 161 ? excess capacity charges

From 1st April 2018, Ofgem are introducing new legislation to ensure that half hourly (HH) supplies that exceed their assigned available capacity pay a penalty.

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Are you ready for the Water Deregulation Changes?

If not, you are not alone. From our research, we have identified that the majority of businesses feel unprepared for these imminent changes. There has been very little in the way of education and information from the industry.

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Energy Snap Shot - colder weather and a drop in the value of Sterling can't stop the slide18 Mar 2017

Energy Snap Shot - colder weather and a drop in the value of Sterling can't stop the slide

A mixed week with Sterlings fall on Brexit talks, colder weather for March and improving renewable generation

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Energy snap shot - Rough storage issues and warmer weather

Rough Storage has continued isuues to the wells currently looking like it will hinder teh injection of gas during the summer

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Energy snap shot, cold front pushes prices

Colder weather for the UK and France pushes prices high this week

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Energy Update - Trump's Silver Lining

Well you may have been forgiven for thinking it?s all bad news since Trump came to power but the Silver lining, little as it is, is that energy prices for the UK have dropped on account of the weakening Dollar.

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January 2017

A further decline in the pound?s strength saw gas prices increase, the latest weather models showing cooler temperatures, OPEC & non-OPEC producers agreement to cut production begins

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November 2016 through December 2016

November began with negative news that a major gas storage facility (Rough Storage) was going to see a delay in returning to action (not until Mid/End) -November which caused a spike in pricing

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September 2016 through October 2016

Prices began to move upwards at the tail end of September with October showing the worst period of movement, the pound lost further value against the Euro after Theresa May announced that she would trigger article 50 by the end of March 17

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'Photo tricks used to make wind turbines appear smaller'

WIND farm developers have been accused of making turbines look smaller than they actually are when applying for planning permission in order to "trick" councils into giving them the go-ahead.

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Cuts will 'destroy solar industry'

THE Government has been accused of destroying 25,000 jobs and "bankrupting a whole industry" after it unveiled plans to cut subsidies for green energy.

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Duty of care - your waste responsibilities

You need to check that anyone collecting or transporting your waste is registered correctly under the new two-tier registration system

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Metering changes signal a move towards more accurate billing

Changes to your MPAN are coming, and they are likely to improve the accuracy of your bills. But what exactly will change?

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