The Background Transmission and Distribution charges are the costs for transporting energy from the point of generation across the national grid and subsequently from the grid to the end-users: homes and businesses. This is done over the transmission and distribution networks respectively and the costs make up over 60% of the total charges that appear [...] The post Major Changes Ahead – Targeted Charging Review (TCR) appeared first on Pulse Business Energy and Water.
The latest RO payment shortfall by various suppliers will affect customers with pass-through contracts who were on supply between April 2018 and March 2019. What is the Renewables Obligation? The Renewables Obligation (RO) is an Ofgem support scheme which requires all licensed electricity suppliers to obtain an amount of their energy from renewable (low carbon) [...] The post Renewables Obligation (RO) Mutualisation – 2018/19 appeared first on Pulse Business Energy and Water.
Are you overpaying for your business energy? The post-Covid environment is the perfect opportunity to reassess your needs and find a better deal. The post Why now is the time to look at your energy strategy appeared first on Pulse Business Energy and Water.
The way businesses use energy will change in the post-Covid world - are you making the most of the opportunities this will bring? The post How coronavirus is changing the way we think about business energy appeared first on Pulse Business Energy and Water.
Still Here for You Despite the difficulties being experienced across the country, and the world as a whole due to COVID-19, please rest assured that Pulse Business Energy is still fully operational, working remotely to provide you with the best service. As such, please continue to contact your respective Account Managers, the Bill Validation and [...] The post Some Good Energy News – Bill Savings and Triad Warnings appeared first on Pulse Business Energy and Water.
Business groups welcomed the new help as a good start but said more aid and a clear plan would be needed.
Anyone eligible for the first two phases of the Self-employment Income Support Scheme can now apply for the latest funding of up to £7,500 - covering the period November to January.
A new platform connecting startups with potential business partners has launched, spurred on by an increase in people taking the plunge to become entrepreneurs during the pandemic.
Virgin Holidays joins Tui and Thomas Cook in cancelling holidays after latest coronavirus restrictions.
As England and Scotland enter new coronavirus lockdowns, what are the rules about going to work?