Inspired Energy is one of the UK’s leading independent Third Party Intermediaries (TPI) working with commercial, industrial and public sector energy consumers.Our mission is to optimise the value of every pound spent on utilities by our clients.We achieve this by working with you to understand and solve your utility cost, consumption, carbon and compliance problems, any or all of which can impact upon the profitability, productivity and reputation of organisations if not managed correctly.Regardless of your utilities challenge, our team of experts can provide you with the correct solution. We will relieve you of the burden of managing the many utility cost pressures currently confronting businesses. This means you can focus on running your organisation as profitably and effectively as possible.Established in 2000, Inspired Energy has grown to become one of the largest energy consultancies in the UK, and is now part of a group of companies within Inspired Energy plc (INSE:LSE).
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Let us help prepare you for Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting, mandatory from April 2019 following CRC abolition
As a result of the Government shakeup of carbon emission reporting and energy efficiency legislation, the new Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) framework, which is coming into force from April 2019, will affect an estimated 11,900 organisations in the UK that will now need to comply.
How will the widening of the EII Exemption Scheme affect your business?
To ensure the UK meets its low carbon targets, the Government has introduced several policies that are driving renewable growth. The cost of electricity has also increased which has made UK prices higher than in other countries.
MEES – Are you ready for April 1st?
With just over two weeks to go until the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) are introduced in England and Wales…are you ready for the implications? This new legislation coming into force on 1st April 2018, will make it unlawful for a landlord to let or renew a lease on a property if the energy performance certificate (EPC) rating is an F or G. This change also includes sublettings, which means that tenants that wish to dispose of unwanted space must also comply.
Calling all public sector bodies…is now the time to monitor, analyse and manage your energy consumption?
With the public sector spending around £22bn on energy every year, it is no wonder why energy is one of the largest expenditures for this sector. However there are very few energy efficiency measures in place to reduce energy consumption, prevent wastage and save costs. Energy is often overlooked by public sector organisations, which is perhaps due to a lack of knowledge or understanding of how much energy is being consumed and even potentially wasted.
DCP 161 – Are You Ready For April 2018?
From 1st April 2018, DCP 161 will be in force. DCP 161 is a new measure which has been introduced by Ofgem to ensure that half hourly (HH) supplies that exceed their assigned available capacity pay significantly more. It is a change to the DCUSA (Distribution Connection and Use of System Agreement) that will introduce excess capacity penalties for half hourly electricity supplies. This change will ensure that the additional costs that DNOs (Distribution Network Operators) can incur when customers exceed their available capacity levels are recovered.
DCP 228 – What you need to know for April 2018
From April 2018, the new regulatory change from OFGEM, DCP 228 will alter the way in which electricity distribution charges are calculated. This will affect the way business properties are billed. Distribution charges currently account for up to 19% of your bill. As a result, you may look to re-examine the times at which you use energy in order to reduce costs.
6 Reasons why you should start ESOS Phase 2
ESOS is a mandatory energy assessment and energy saving identification scheme for large organisations in the UK and STC Energy are now actively managing phase 2 auditing, reporting and implementing. ESOS Phase 2 offers your business a number of benefits including a fresh look at your sites energy demands and the introduction of an energy reduction strategy.
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