Finalists at the Energy Live Personality Awards
BrightSourced are thrilled that our colleague Debbie Postill has been shortlisted as a finalist for Female Rising star and Female Energy Manager of the year at the prestigious Energy Live Personality Awards 2018.
Well Done Debbie!
Will Brexit be the death of ESOS?
With the UK government currently negotiating our Brexit withdrawal, many people are asking how it may affect ESOS. Although it is currently preserved in UK law, there is no concrete evidence to say it will remain should we leave the EU, so if it’s set to become superfluous should we even bother complying?
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BrightSourced Energy - reduces Orchard Valley Foods Group's Electricity Bills by 56%
OVF were experiencing inflated electricity bills and wanted to reduce their electricity costs as well as their overall energy consumption. BrightSourced Energy helped achieve 56% savings on previous costs.
BrightSourced - Maximising returns in procurement at the H&C Expo
BrightSourced is a one stop shop for procurement consultancy with the addition of a dedicated energy division. Having worked with some of the biggest names in the hotel and catering industry, they were approached to exhibit at the H&C Expo to meet with professionals within the field.
Strength in numbers: Bank Brokers and BrightSourced join forces to help cut costs for hospitality.June 2018
A new commercial partnership between cost reduction service Bank Brokers and procurement company BrightSourced will help hospitality and catering companies save costs across all areas to make them more robust.
In July 2017, BrightSourced acquired BrightSourced Energy, formerly known as Utility Forum
BrightSourced Energy has given BrightSourced the ability to offer our clients, both old and new, utility procurement as well as eProcurement and are proud to extend the same level of proficiency.
Bristol, OVO and TOTO Energy raise prices
All the Big 6 suppliers – British Gas, E.O.N, EDF Energy, npower, ScottishPower and SSE – as well as smaller companies, have raised prices. Customers are being advised to shop around for the best deal on the market and switch to save money on their bills.
Electricity switching hit record levels in 2018
More than 5.8 million – or one in five – customers moved to a different power supplier last year to ensure they are on the best energy tariff, whether that be on price, service or green considerations.
Northumbrian Water set to power treatment works with battery storage technology
Northumbrian Water has unveiled plans to install battery storage systems made using end-of-life electric vehicle (EV) batteries at several of its water treatment works.
Gove: Water companies need to 'raise the bar' to tackle leaks
Water companies have agreed to “do more” to adapt and prepare for changing weather patterns as the environment secretary challenged them to “raise the bar” to tackle leakage.
Energy-generating building materials backed by £36m Government funding
The UK government will spend more than £36m on new technology that will enable building materials to generate, store and release clean energy that could cut energy bills.
Smart meter rollout costs £1bn higher than expected in 2016
A study on the smart meter programme by the British Infrastructure Group of Parliamentarians, finds delays and cost increases have pushed up the rollout costs by £1bn higher than anticipated in 2016.
Big leap in corporate clean energy purchased in 2018, research shows
The business community has set a new record for levels of procurement in clean energy in 2018, research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance has revealed.
Pioneering 'liquid air' project can help store excess electricityJune 2018
A pioneering project in north-west England will turn air into liquid for energy storage to help electricity grids cope with a growing amount of wind and solar power.
Subsidy-free solar powers UK's renewable energy attractivenessMay 2018
Despite a large drop in renewable energy investment in 2017, the UK has climbed three places in a ranking of the world’s most attractive renewable energy markets for investors, thanks to a move towards subsidy-free solar PV.
One-fifth of commercial energy efficiency standards drop ahead of MEES deadlineFebruary 2018
Energy efficiency standards have fallen in almost one-fifth of commercial properties ahead of major new legislation arriving in April.
Report: Majority of UK SMEs struggling to embed sustainabilityFebruary 2018
Almost three-quarters of UK SMEs are struggling to embed sustainability practices, citing costs issues and unfavourable government policies as major stumbling blocks.