Ofgem’s response to the Microbusiness Strategic Review: a brief analysis

Published: May 5, 2022

Words by Tim Hipperson, Governance Services Consultant In late March 2022, Ofgem published their final decision on the outcome of the Microbusiness Strategic Review (MBSR) – a project to identify and resolve challenges for microbusinesses as customers in the energy market. The regulator’s decision has extensive impacts for end users as well as suppliers, and it is worth tracking how the review arose and will transpire for the retail energy market.

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Read all about it: ElectraLink volunteers at the Children’s Book Project

Published: April 14, 2022

Words by Lindsay Brownless, Head of Marketing and Engagement “On Monday, 7 March 2022, ElectraLink’s volunteer crew assembled in London to spend the day with the wonderful people at the Children’s Book Project. This charitable organisation collects, sorts, and distributes books for children throughout the UK.

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Meet Furqan: ElectraLink’s master of digitalisation

Published: January 26, 2022

Furqan Aziz is the Principal Consultant in ElectraLink’s Governance Services team. With a decade of experience in the energy sector, Furqan brings to ElectraLink his expertise working with several organisations to build their digital solutions for the future of the energy market. Since joining ElectraLink, he has made extensive progress with the digitalisation of DCUSA and developing data solutions to complement energy market participants’ existing digitalised systems.

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Digitalising a customer-centric DCUSA

Published: January 14, 2022

Digitalisation is sweeping across the energy market bringing efficiency, investment and innovative solutions to facilitate the industry’s Net Zero transformation. From large-scale customer systems to focused process improvers, digital solutions are becoming commonplace in the world of energy codes as well as the wider industry.

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How Covid changed GB electricity consumption, and what that tells us about productivity

Published: January 10, 2022

In March /April 2020, as the country shut down due to the then novel Coronavirus pandemic, we witnessed a sweeping change in energy consumption patterns across the UK. As workplaces limited staff access to enable social distancing, or closed their doors completely, electricity consumption plummeted. As the pandemic progresses, we are seeing noteworthy productivity patterns shift with every new breakthrough or setback in the national response to Covid-19.

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