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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES): a quick guide for building owners

Posted by Inprova Energy

From 1st April 2018, building owners will now need to comply to new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) - this affects all non-domestic..

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Winter Is Here – Understanding Triad Energy Charges

Posted by Micheal Hill

Triad season is once again upon us and as an energy consultant committed to helping clients manage energy effectively and mitigate the impact of..

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How can businesses mitigate the impact of DCP228? 

Posted by Inprova Energy

DCP228 is a change to the current triple-tiered (Red, Amber and Green) scaling methodology used to calculate the Distribution Use of System (DUoS)..

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Theresa May commits to an energy price cap

Posted by Magnus Walker

What’s happened?Theresa May in her closing speech to the Conservative conference on 4th October announced the election manifesto commitment to an..

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How to untap water savings in a deregulated market

Posted by Inprova Energy

In an article written for Energy Manager magazine, Inprova Energy's Bob Millar discusses how businesses can tap into the benefits of water market..

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ISO 50001: A route to ESOS compliance

Posted by Inprova Energy

ISO 50001 is one of the routes an organisation can use for ensuring compliance with the energy auditing legislation, ESOS. In fact, ISO 50001 goes..

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ESOS non-compliance: why it's a lose-lose

Posted by Inprova Energy

If the government offered your business up to £20 cashback for every £100 you spent on energy, you would probably bite their hand off.  Yet that's..

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Get ready for ESOS Phase Two – how to comply [Infographic]?

Posted by Inprova Energy

It’s important to comply with the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), not only as it’s mandatory for those who meet the qualification..

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Ofgem appoints Energy Saving Trust to distribute payments from rule-breaking energy companies to charities

Posted by Inprova Energy

Ofgem has appointed the Energy Saving Trust (EST) to manage allocation of voluntary redress payments to charitable organisations by rule breaking..

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