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Saying goodbye to 2020

Veronica Truman Head of Content & Communications

While lockdown may have been the most used word overall in 2020, in the energy sector net zero would certainly give it a run for its money. The raft of policy announcements, particularly in the last few weeks, will lead to a dramatic change in sector especially with moves to decarbonise heat and transport. This has been set amid a backdown of further consolidation in the supply market and escalation of ambition to achieve net zero. Our popular weekly articles are an opportunity for our experts to discuss topical industry news. Based on the number of downloads, these are the top five most popular 'Chart of the weeks' from 2020. Five: E.ON UK and npower: When 2 become 1 Recent acquisitions were changing the face of the non-domestic supply market according to our Business Market Share Survey for Q220 (with a reporting date of 30 April 2020). In this 'Chart of the week' we looked at what the market will be like once the E.ON UK and npower merger was complete. Under the proposals announced in May 2020, E.ON Group would merge npower’s I&C arm, npower Business Solutions, with E.ON UK’s I&C unit. Under the proposal the two portfolios would be integrated by the end of 2021 with the merger leading to significant changes in the rankings for the larger suppliers, most notably in the electricity market.   READ HERE Four: The pipeline for CfD AR4: Who, where, when? With the potential reinstatement of ‘Pot 1&...

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