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2 Feb

D-ENERGi offer all staff free breakfast

by denergi admin
 
D-ENERGi from now on offer free fruit and cereals to help support all its staff healthy eating habbits. This provision is for all staff and has been well recieved. As an investors in people organisation D-ENERGi is commiteed to providing creating a modern caring,  productive working enviroment.
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2 Feb

Biomass Degression

by denergi admin
 
  DECC has published the fifth quarterly forecast for the non-domestic scheme along with an updated version of their non-domestic degression factsheet in order to prepare for changes that are being introduced to degression.  Crucially for Scottish Land & Estates’ members the small biomass tariff will be reduced by 5% from 1st July 2014. The total forecast expenditure for the scheme is £106.6 million. The total estimated expenditure represents the amount DECC anticipate they will pay out between 30 April 2014 and 29 April 2015, based on current application data. The total forecast expenditure exceeds the 50% threshold which can and has triggered a tariff reduction (as set out in regulations): The “50% trigger” for the scheme as a whole as at 30 April is £96.4m The “100% trigger”[1] for the scheme as a whole as at 30 April is £192.8m.   Since the last quarterly announcement (published 28 February 2014), the total forecast expenditure estimate has been increasing at a higher rate than previously seen, with the average monthly growth almost tripling. This is due to an increase in applications and load factors. As at 30 April 2014, only one technology tariff has exceeded its individual trigger: Forecast spend over the next 12 months for small commercial biomass is £58.4m. This is £24.4m over its individual technology trigger. Forecast spend for all other tariff categories shows these are below their individual tariff triggers for this quarter.   As small biomass has exceeded its individual trigger and the 50% total scheme trigger has also now been breached.
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2 Feb

D-ENERGi are rolling out smart meters to its customers

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  D-ENERGi have started to roll out smart meters to its valuable portfolio of customers. By the end of 2020, around 50 million smart meters will be fitted in over 26 million households across Wales, Scotland and England. This is the biggest national infrastructure project of our lifetimes. D-ENERGi are planning to switch all of its customers to smart metering by end of September 2015. This is a whopping 5 years ahead of any of the big six are expected to complete their national rollout of smart meters.
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  The energy industry is making key changes to the way gas is transported. All suppliers have to split aggregated meter points by 1st July 2015. Aggregated gas meters are created when two or more meter points are joined together to form one supply point. They are billed and priced together. The de-aggregation process will help support the introduction of advanced and smart metering between late 2015 and 2020 which will allow more accurate usage data to be recorded. The industry believe that this will lead to more cost-reflective transportations charges for all meter points and therefore for all customers.   How will this affect Gas Customers?   Only customers with aggregated meter points will be affected by this. This change will not affect your gas supply but it will change how you are billed. Instead of being charged per site you will charge by meter point. There could be an increase in transportation costs after the supply points have been split. Once these changes are complete, we will be contacting those customers who require a smart meter at no extra cost to you. You will also be given the option of accessing a web portal which will allow you to view your consumption and keep an eye on costs.   Why does this need to happen?   The current system is outdated and this is an industry-wide gas initiative which all Shippers & Suppliers have been mandated to adopt, so there will be no way to avoid the change if you have gas meters that are aggregated. It is important for all customers currently who have aggregated meters to plan ahead for de-aggregation of these supply points and understand the future billing impacts. We will be informing you as soon as possible of any changes to your contracted rates and monthly amount and we will be working to keep your invoices simple to understand for all of your sites Removing aggregation will allow accurate data on all UK gas meters to be held in a single database, an important step in the overall goal of moving all UK gas customers onto Smart meters by 2020.   Find out more   Call 0161 237 3333 or email customerservices@d-energi.com
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