We are delighted to announce we have achieved the ISO9001:2015 award. ISO 9001 is an internationally recognised standard that specifies the criteria for a quality management system within a company. This standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and leadership of top management and a process approach to continual improvement. Using ISO 9001:2015 helps ensure that our members get consistent, good quality products and services.read more
In a world where precious fossil fuels are extracted, including shale gas in North Dakota, crude oil in the Upper Niger Delta and coal from open-cast mines in China so large that they are visible from space, no energy business can do this without damage to the environment.read more
Britain has not generated electricity from coal for more than three days - the longest streak since the 1880s.read more
We’re delighted to announce James Trotter joins your TEC board from 1st April 2018. James is Director of Procurement at the University of Leicester and consultant to University of Loughborough.read more
The Crown Estate’s 6th annual Offshore Wind Operational Report tracks the progress in the development of the UK’s offshore wind resources over 2017, the busiest year yet for the sector.read more
Britain's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions fell by 3 percent last year from 2016 levels, largely due to a decline in coal-fired power generation and marking the fifth straight yearly drop, preliminary government data showed on Thursday.read more
The National Grid has revealed that 2017-18 was the first time that all three peaks were below 50GW since the turn of the century.read more
Industry announces The Baroness Brown of Cambridge as Sector Champion for Offshore Windread more
The way transmission losses are calculated is changing from the 1st of April 2018, with the introduction of a location-based charging system.read more
March 12 (Reuters) - British wholesale gas prices soared on Monday morning as updated weather forecasts predicted colder temperatures to come, while storage stocks remain depleted.read more
With more elements to electricity bills than ever there are continued industry processes taking place to fix these costs into the future. This is both in order to ensure security of supply and support growth in new generation sources.read more
Having issued a Gas Deficit Warning (GDW) this morning due to supply problems, the industry has responded and as forecast demand has been rising through the day from an initial 2395 million cubic metres (mcm) to 410 mcm, supplies have also been increasing.read more
At 05.48, 1st March National Grid has issued a Gas Deficit Warning (GDW). A GDW is issued if a significant supply or demand event occurs, which represents a material risk to the physical end-of-day balance.read more
In a recent welcome move, the insurance institution announced that it is preparing to exclude coal from its investment policy but it could go further.read more
Analysis for the Aldersgate Groupread more
LONDON, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Britain's decision to leave the European Union could lead to higher energy prices and energy supply shortages if the exit is not managed properly, a report by an upper-house parliamentary committee report said on Monday.read more
The increased take-up of electric vehicles, the general electrification of our energy system and the need to decarbonise all sectors of our economy mean we need new low carbon sources of electricity and heat to replace existing capacity and meet rising future demands.read more
LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Most of Europe will experience above-normal temperatures from February to April, The Weather Company said on Tuesday.read more
A new multimillion euro research project which will demonstrate how buildings can be renovated to use ‘near zero energy’ has launched at Brunel University London.read more
Renewable energy has emerged as an increasingly competitive way to meet new power generation needs.read more
National Grid issued the draft transmission network use of system tariffs applicable from 1 April 2018read more
The UK has achieved its greenest year ever in terms of how the nation's electricity is generated, National Grid figures reveal.read more
Our office will be closed during the bank holidays but will operate as Skeleton Staff on 27th, 28th and 29th December. If there are any urgent queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com where your query will be responded to.read more
We are delighted to announce our Managing Director Richard Murphy has been awarded Energy Champion of the Year at the 2017 Energy Awards. This is another huge achievement for Richard and TEC after winning the Energy Buying Team of the Year at the 2016 awards.read more
Colleges and universities alike won big at the prestigious Green Gown Awards held on Wednesday 15th November. Organised by the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC), the ceremony was held at Manchester’s magical The Monastery.
Showing institutions are not bound by their size when it comes to exceptional initiatives, winners ranged from Borders College to University of Cambridge, and projects were as diverse as climate change music albums to the UK's first heat system that runs on sewage.
The pressure on British Gas from growing independent suppliers is intense enough without the additional impact of the herd mentality of collective switching.read more
innogy SE has confirmed that electricity has been generated for the first time from its Galloper Offshore Windfarm.read more
The two suppliers at numbers 2 and 6 in the UK domestic market share charts have announced the intention to merge their retail (domestic) supply businesses.read more
TECs Chair Jo Butlin discusses the Cost of Energy Review.
On Wednesday this week, Dieter Helm’s government sponsored Cost of Energy review was published. It is a very good document....read more
Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns, during a visit to the Swansea Bay Campus, announced a £800,000 UK Government backed investment in Swansea University’s SPECIFIC Innovation and Knowledge Centre.read more
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