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Inprova Energy Blog

Why higher energy prices shouldn't be a shock and how to manage the impact

Posted by Michael Dent
It should come as little surprise that wholesale energy prices are on the rise again and remain highly volatile. The wholesale energy market is..
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Energy trading jargon busted: top terminology explained

Posted by Inprova Energy

Getting your head around the jargon used to describe the  energy trading market can feel like trying to learn a foreign language, especially when..

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Election 2017: What do the parties hold in store for energy?

Posted by Micheal Hill

Last week saw the release of the election manifestos for all three major political parties, and unsurprisingly all three parties include proposals..

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Energy price rises: be prepared

Posted by Inprova Energy

In an article written for Finance Monthly, Magnus Walker, Director of Trading and Risk for Inprova Energy, discusses how businesses can prepare..

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How the energy industry plans to keep your machines running

Posted by Inprova Energy

The future security of the UK’s energy supply is a big concern for businesses. This spring, the closure of coal-fuelled power stations has meant a

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National Grid Winter Outlook Report 2016

Posted by Micheal Hill

Winter is coming….and the lights will be staying on

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We go ‘back to school’ to help you choose the right energy consultant

Posted by Inprova Energy

Can you believe it’s that time of year again? The summer is drawing to a close and students (and parents!) across the country are preparing for..

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Storm clouds gathering for UK business energy costs

Posted by Inprova Energy

After a three year sunny spell for UK energy markets, storm clouds are gathering, says Inprova Energy's Managing Director Michael Dent, in a blog..

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Double trouble ahead for UK energy prices

Posted by Michael Dent

Double trouble could be in store for gas and electricity prices this winter due to gas supply problems and the Brexit effect.

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