Squeezed electricity! Oranges power water treatment plant

Nearly one tonne of oranges is needed to produce the equivalent of five homes’ consumption in one day

The powerful impact of collaborative procurement

When Roadchef started its journey to find a new energy supplier, Co-op Power’s purchasing model delivered more than just money-saving assistance

Green agenda hijacked as carbon prices jump, but will energy prices be contained?

Carbon jumps again with the green agenda hijacked, but will prices be contained?

Do You Know Your Energy Spend?

As the annual budgeting process begins once more and the firm’s executives renew their demand to reduce operating expenses. More often than not, the solution lies in focusing on a cost that is rarely tracked in much detail: energy data.

Octopus Energy launches net zero research centre

The facility will combine energy technology data and economic analysis to accelerate the uptake of green energy

4 things most people don’t know about their energy contract

The last 12 months have been turbulent. Many organisations have faced unprecedented uncertainty, with a return to business as usual still out of sight.

Allan McCall

Meet the energy expert, Allan McCall

Royal Dutch Shell reports 21 billion dollar loss

The company’s net debt increased by $1.9 billion in the last three months of the year

Guest Blog: Kathryn Porter – Getting building energy performance right is essential for net zero – part I

Buildings are the second largest contributor to UK emissions at just under 20% of the total.

Ofgem calls for independent body to run the electricity system

The energy regulator claims the new body could save consumers as much as £4.8 billion between 2022 and 2050