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Jeremy Nicholson

November 17, 2020

Turning up the Heat: The Green Gas Levy

UK gas prices are currently amongst the lowest in Europe. Wholesale prices are highly competitive, taxes are relatively low, and…
September 10, 2020

A Question of Balance

Why balancing the grid has been getting more expensive There’s plenty of good news about Britain’s electricity supplies. Carbon emissions…
August 18, 2020

Don’t Delay Your CCA

Government gives green light to those eligible to save money and set course for net zero For any business with…
August 6, 2020

All About Carbon

The surprising strength of carbon prices and their impact on the power market Supply and demand – or not At…
June 18, 2020

Government, Energy, and Sustainability – What Happens Now?

With news headlines still dominated by the coronavirus crisis, energy users could be forgiven for thinking energy is off the…
June 10, 2020

Climate Change Agreements – Extending the Benefits

For the eligible sectors and those looking to net zero, as well as ensuring competitiveness, business energy users cannot afford…
April 28, 2020

Oil Market Turmoil – Good or Bad News for Consumers?

The coronavirus crisis has affected all aspects of economic life but its impact on the oil and gas markets has…
September 12, 2019

Important Note on the Yellowhammer Report

Yellowhammer – Is there really a risk of energy price increases, or is this bird a red herring? There have…