When it comes to deciding your energy contract, there is no “one size fits all”.
Every business has their own needs and requirements. If you’re a local corner shop, you’re going to differ significantly to a large manufacturing firm with numerous plants.
Before committing yourself to any long-term deal, it’s imperative that you fully understand every avenue available to you.
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From April 2018, there will be major shift in how businesses throughout the UK are charged for their energy use. DCP 228, the name given to new regulations brought into play by Ofgem, will radically change how Distribution Use of System (DUoS) costs are calculated.
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Mid-way through 2018, the energy markets in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will join to become the “Integrated Single Electricity Market” (I-SEM).
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North East-based TWR Group are a manufacturer and supplier of high-quality aluminium and PVCu windows, doors and Bi-folding Doors for UK trade customers. The growing company also provide specialist products for bespoke commercial projects.
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Cedars Academy is a specialist school for young people aged three to 19 with physical, sensory and medical needs; language and communication disorders; autism; and a wide range of other complex needs often associated with emotional vulnerability. Continue reading “Cedars Academy Case Study”
Being part of Great Annual Savings, or GAS as we are known to our friends, is more than just a job, it’s a career. We want to hear from motivated, driven people who would love to be recognised for their commitment and success; people who give over 100% to their day to day responsibilities and would be inspired if instant rewards were available to them.
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So, you’ve scoured the market for the best energy deal possible for your business. You’ve dotted the I’s and crossed the T’s on the new contract and you’re all set for the next five years.
It’s only natural that once you’ve renewed your energy, you put it to the back of your mind and focus on the more immediate tasks at hand. Whilst this makes sense initially, failing to maintain a close eye on the sector over the duration of your contract could result in a big surprise as your renewal date approaches.
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Once a far-off twinkle in the eye of businesses’ management teams, electric vehicles are charging their way to the forefront of the automotive industry and, thanks to developments from pioneers like Tesla, are providing a more attractive prospect for commercial use.
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“Our people are our business”; a mantra echoed in our culture and approach to everyone in the GAS family and in the last few years we’ve built a team that do great work. Every individual, both new and more established, adds phenomenal value and it’s our responsibility to give each person the chance to achieve and exceed their own personal potential. Continue reading “Performance Manager”
Staff from Great Annual Savings and Spennymoor Town Football Club raised £10,000 for a North East charity at the club’s annual ‘Night on the Town’ event.
The firms donated proceeds from an auction on the evening of 11 November to Heel and Toe, who provide free conductive therapy for over 128 local children with disabilities every year.
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