There is so much going on right now that’s impacting energy consumers, it can be hard to keep up.
That’s why more than 100 participants registered for our Energy Insight webinar last week, to listen to industry experts share the latest news and developments – and what they mean for businesses.
With the energy market erupting as a result of unrelated incidents that, together, pushed prices to record highs, we’ve added in extra content to explain the situation – and what it means for businesses.
You can watch this – and all the other news – in our webinar recording here.
Seven topics in 70 minutes
In just over an hour, you will learn about (in topic order):
Energy market meltdown – why it’s happened and how to respond if you’ve not yet purchased your winter volume. Plus some possible reprieves on the horizon if the North Sea Link cable from Norway and the Russian Nord Stream 2 pipeline come online (although don’t count on that!).
What Ofgem’s Access & Forward-Looking Charges review will mean for your business’s future energy transmission and distribution charges. This includes more options for any business looking to build new sites or considering on-site generation – and why this could be beneficial.
An overview of the government’s recently published Hydrogen Strategy – and plans for this ‘pretty nifty’ gas to deliver a third of the UK’s energy consumption and create 100,000 jobs by 2050.
The changing landscape for embedded generators – and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. This includes why location will be key when it comes to future costs such as transmission charges, plus possible new export charges on the agenda for generators.
What we know about the government’s keenly-anticipated Heat and Buildings Strategy, which is due within the next month. And why it’s highly likely that non-domestic private rental buildings will be expected to reach Energy Performance Certificate level B by 2030.
How the new Green Gas Levy will impact future energy costs, and the similarities this new scheme has with the Feed-in Tariff to incentivise biomethane production.
Preparing for the 2021/22 Triad season – and why this might not be the last and what comes next. Plus the 11 key measures that determine when a Triad might be called – and how you can respond to potentially save large sums on your transmission charges.
Our experts, which include guest speaker Caroline Bragg, Head of Policy from the ADE, then answer questions at the end.
You can watch the webinar here. And if you have any questions of your own, do get in touch via nBS@npower.com. Or contact your Client Lead (if you’re an existing customer).
Helen Gardner is Market Policy Change Lead at npower Business Solutions, where she specialises in analysing the latest energy market information around policy, regulations and network charges to provide advice and guidance to business energy customers. This includes ensuring stakeholders and customers are aware of any risks as well as opportunities, and that any changes are managed across the full breadth of the I&C product suite.