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Worse To Come

Steven  Mould's picture
Business Solutions Advisor Great Annual Savings group
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  • Aug 22, 2022

Honestly this is worrying looking at how high the price cap going be going as of April,

We think how much worse can it get, Then it trumps any expectations, This is the cap for domestic unfortunately businesses don't have the same luxury, I cant reiterate enough that if you have a business due for energy renewal within the next 12 months you need to start looking now, As an energy consultant we have the power to fix with advanced procurement meaning you can start budgeting rather then waiting for the supplier to contact you 3 months prior to your renewal,


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Joshua Aldridge on Aug 24, 2022

Thanks for the post Steven. This situation highlights the undeniable influence that socioeconomic conditions have on power grids, which is a factor that too many swear doesn't exist. I'm not personally well versed in the UK's power grid, but I've now become more interested in it. I recall the region being somewhat innovative in the application of renewable resource technologies, and just like everywhere else, the rush to integrate has led to lack of optimization of those resources. As such, we may have reduced reliance on GHG emitting resources, but in turn moved them into a scarcity coverage position that exponentially multiples their value...while not multiplying their actual cost. 

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