DCP 161 Ofgem Legislation

on Thursday, 14 September 2017. Posted in News

DCP 161 Ofgem Legistlation 

OFGEM is introducing new legislation from April 2018 which will impose penalty rates on half hourly supplies that exceed their authorised available capacity. Excess penalty rates could be more than three times higher than the standard rate.

Currently any site which exceeds its capacity is charged the same rate as their authorised capacity. 

The new legislation, known as DCP 161, will also impact on supplies that have been or will be converted to half hourly as a result of P272 (profile class 05-08 Non half hourly supplies) migration.

It is important that available capacity and maximum demand levels are monitored to ensure supplies stay within authorised available capacity levels. Powerchange UK Energy Consultants can help clients apply to the networks to increase authorised capacity levels.

 

Powerchange UK continues with local community sponsorship

on Friday, 09 June 2017. Posted in News

Powerchange UK continues its sponsorship with local community club Leigh East ARLFC.

Pictured below with the U18’s and also assisting with the first team and U10’s.

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Happy New Year!

on Thursday, 05 January 2017. Posted in News

2017 is upon us and as we enter our 8th year in business we have continued to expand our client base from Brighton & Devon in the South to Aberdeen and Inverness in the North

We are looking forward to continuing to work with our ever expanding partner portfolio as well as building new relationships with clients looking to improve how there energy is used and procured.

Benefiting from a no cost and risk free energy audit where any savings they will keep 100%

Water is being deregulated in April 2017 are you ready ???

on Thursday, 30 June 2016. Posted in News

Water deregulation will be here for all non-domestic customers in England, regardless of size or usage level.

From April 2017, businesses will be able to switch provider for both their water and waste water services.

With Scotland having already deregulated back in 2008, those with sites across England and Scotland will be able to consolidate all accounts under a single provider.

Contact us for details 01942 375059

The oil market could “drown in oversupply”.

on Thursday, 21 January 2016. Posted in News

The oil market could “drown in oversupply”.

Global shares are falling sharply again after Tuesday’s brief rally, with theFTSE100 entering bear market territory with a 20% decline from its peak.

Another slump in the oil price is the driving force behind the losses, along with gloomy predictions about the global economy from delegates atthe World Economic Forum in Davos.

Brent is 2.5% lower at $28.02 a barrel while US crude is down 3% at $27.57, in a belated reaction to comments from the International Energy Agency on Tuesday thatthe oil market could “drown in oversupply”. The falls have wiped out earlier gains made after figures showing growing oil demand from China, as well as hopes the government would introduce further measures to stimulate the world’s second largest economy ahead of the Chinese new year holidays in early February.