As of 2022, any new building projects in the UK will be required to include charging points for electric vehicles, in preparation for 2030 when the sale of petrol and diesel cars will end. Under legislation announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, new houses, and non-residential buildings such as supermarkets and office sites, will be […]
Managing Director of Enexus Energy, Dan Serghi, speaks to National World about the current UK energy crisis, sharing his industry knowledge and expertise and answering consumers’ burning questions. Dan breaks down the current energy crisis, explaining the causes and the potential solutions. Read the full article for his advice and insights.
Effective April 2022, the Streamlined Energy Carbon Reporting (SECR) requires large companies to report their carbon emissions & energy use.
Designed to make UK energy network charges fairer for all consumers, Ofgem’s Targeted Charging Review (TCR) may change how you pay for electricity.
New legislation is being brought to Cabinet in Ireland today to outlaw the exploration of new gas and oil opportunities. This is a significant step in reducing our global dependence on fossil fuels and moving towards carbon neutrality – something Ireland is hoping to achieve by 2050. Existing Government policy means that a ban is […]
Despite having left the EU on January 1st 2021, the UK is still yet to announce the carbon price and auctioning system for its own Emissions Trading System (ETS). This core policy has been vital to reducing emissions in the EU and the United Kingdom for over a decade, but the UK Government is still yet to […]
Part of your business energy bills comprise of Third Party Costs (TCPs, which cover a number of things including supplier administration and network charges. Network charges go towards operating and maintaining utility infrastructures. In 2017 Ofgem introduced the Targeted Charging Review (TCR) to ensure that network charges are paid fairly and proportionately by homes and […]