Keeping up to date with the pace of change in the energy markets can be a daunting task. Our Energy Spectrum package comprises three publications designed to ensure you stay ahead of the game without taking valuable resources away from your core business.
Energy Spectrum Ireland provides insightful and timely reporting and comment on developments in the wholesale and retail gas and electricity markets in both the Ireland and Northern Ireland. The package consists of two publications designed to ensure you can stay ahead of the game without taking valuable resources away from your core business.
Whether you are an energy executive, trader, broker or investor, the Energy Market Bulletin will help you make better investment and contract decisions. It will allow you to manage your exposure to risk, improve your opportunities to hedge, and increase your visibility into wholesale energy markets.
In April 2017 the water sector opened up to greater competition in the English non household market, raising the prospect of more choice for customers and innovation from market players. But, as with any significant change, the road ahead is likely to be complex.
The balancing mechanism and imbalance price are fluid and vary every day, potentially resulting in material fluctuations in revenues and costs incurred by generators and suppliers alike. Understanding what factors led to a price imbalance, which generators were bidding their spare capacity at the time, and what the reserve scarcity price was, is all a key part of being an intelligent competitor in this market.
Distinguish your company from your competitors and provide your staff and clients with valuable insight into the energy industry. Our expert team of researchers, analysts, and writers can create a publication tailored to your exact requirements. Whatever you want to achieve, we can make it happen â€“ saving you time, while minimising cost and stress.
Energy and water markets are undergoing massive change and transformation, to keep track of these changes and to provide you with insights on the work of the Cornwall Insight team, we are delighted to launch our new industry information service - Chart of the Week.
2030 is a critical point in the transformation of UK energy; the vision to achieve this is emerging. We know the basic outline and where we want to get to but overlaying the solutions of today on the challenges of tomorrow will not work. We need to think about what we will want for or energy system in 2030 and design the future model to deliver that vision. Energy:2030, which is published monthly will provide you with the news and insight from the GB and elsewhere that will help you navigate the future.
A weekly publication to help you understand and take advantage of the opportunities arising in Ireland and Northern Ireland energy market.
International and local energy and water markets are undergoing massive change and transformation, to keep track of these changes and to provide you with insights on the work of the Pixie Energy team, we are delighted to launch our new industry information service - Pixie Chart of the Week
Being a part of this ever-changing and increasingly globalised energy market, it is essential that industry stakeholders have access to clear, independent and reliable information on wholesale market developments.
28th February 2019
Research from Pixie Energy reveals that there is an absence of clear policy for fleets to transition to electric vehicles in the Road to Zero as well as a lack of engagement between the fleet and electricity industries. Solutions to these issues are needed to drive the electrification of business scale transport.Read the insight paper
Helping you make sense of the energy and water sectors
Cornwall Insight experts will be hosting a webinar on the morning of 23 May in which we will provide insights on current and future activity and opportunities for Balancing Mechanism participants.
With the GB and European power generation markets undergoing large-scale transformation, moving away from large transmission connected, baseload generators and towards more intermittent and decentralised forms of generation, the Balancing Mechanism and wider European system balancing is changing as a result. This shift has seen previous mainstays of the power generation market come under commercial and operational stress, creating space and opportunity for newer entrants to participate in the Balancing Mechanism and create additional revenue streams for their assets.
This Balancing risk and reward in the Balancing Mechanism session, the first in a series of planned webinars on the prospects and challenges facing parties offering or seeking services to help manage the network, will give an overview of the Balancing Mechanism and the role it plays in ensuring the Electricity System Operator manages supply and demand.
Our well-respected experts will provide key insights into the revenue opportunities that Balancing Mechanism participation can create, and discuss how different technologies are faring—from older ‘conventional’ generation assets to newer, smaller and more ‘flexible’ assets. We will also discuss the contractual and commercial routes to access the Balancing Mechanism and give a view on how the mix of participants may change in the near future.
The session will conclude with a Q&A session with our experts.
The lead presenter will be Tom Edwards, BSC Panel Member and industry authority on the Balancing Mechanism and balancing services.
Price: £99 + VAT (for access to the ‘live’ webinar, and recording of the session post-event)
Note: Participants will be provided with a web link ahead of the session and be provided with a summary of the Q&A session shortly after the event. A recording of the session will be made available for those unable to make this broadcast time.
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