Don’t miss a live briefing on key energy news you need to know about

Don’t miss a live briefing on key energy news you need to know about


There’s rarely a static moment in the energy sector, as consumers are more than aware. But keeping up to date with all the important developments can be time consuming and, at times, confusing.

That’s why we’re hosting another of our popular Energy Insight webinars, to share the latest news you need to be aware of as a business energy user – and deliver this clearly and succinctly in under 50 minutes.

So please join us live on Thursday 18 May 2023 at 11am – register here to secure your place.

Our expert line-up includes:

  • Head of Industry Charging Steve Evans, who will explain why customers will now pay more for Balancing Services Use of System (BSUoS) charges. He’ll also tell us about a brand-new non-commodity charge soon to appear on bills to fund new nuclear build.
  • Policy expert Dan Meredith, who will update us on latest news from Westminster, including the government’s response to the Net Zero legal challenge; ongoing help with energy costs for businesses; what the new Energy Bill will likely deliver; and forthcoming plans for wholesale energy market reform.
  • Optimisation Desk Manager Gemma Eagle-Bruce, who will provide an overview of key developments in the wholesale energy markets, including the key drivers likely to influence price and volatility over the months ahead.
  • Head of Strategic Relationships Gareth Metcalf, who will share findings on how businesses are reacting to the current energy climate, and the support they’re asking for going forward. 

Policy Manager Helen Gardner will moderate the webinar, and will put any questions you may have to our speakers at the end. If you can’t join us live, you can send us your questions in advance via the registration page

In case you miss anything, you’ll receive a full recording of the webinar afterwards. So even if you can’t make the date, it’s worth registering so you can watch it later.

Follow this link to sign up.

We look forward to seeing you on 18 May.

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