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2 Feb

Welcome to the D-ENERGi Blog

by denergi admin
 
  The D-ENERGi blog is a source of up to date news about the energy market and industry as well as advice on how changes may affect you such as rising energy costs and changes in legislation. This blog will also act as a forum where questions can be posed and answered, where you will find helpful tips on how to save money on your energy bills and various ways that you can do your bit to help the environment. With an increasing awareness of climate change consumers are making a greater effort to reduce their carbon footprint. Whether this is by washing clothes at 300C or installing solar panels on their roof it demonstrates an understanding of the energy industry that wasn’t present just a few years ago and we want to reflect that here. We will endeavour to produce impartial news that will be both informative and beneficial and we hope you enjoy it.   The D-ENERGi Team As a company we have ten years experience in the energy industry, from gas and electricity to the expansion in renewable energy solutions.
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2 Feb

Germany are the world record producers of Solar Generation!

by denergi admin
 
  It’s certainly no costa del sol! So why is Germany the leading producer of solar generation? From last year the German government decided to close all its nuclear producing plants after the Fukushima nuclear accident closing immediately 8 nuclear power plants and committing to close all others by 2022. Germany are looking to replace the powerplants with renewable solutions such as bio-mass, wind and solar. German solar power plants now produce a world record 22 gigawatts of electricity which is equal to 20 nuclear power plants at full capacity.  Germany is now a world leader in the solar power generation market. After such incredible steps Germany’s aims to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% from 1990 levels by 2020 means they are certainly well on their way!
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  The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has recently reported that the  prices in gas and electricity at the end of last year are expected to have pushed more than  400,000 households in England into fuel poverty. A household is considered to be in fuel poverty if it spends more than 10% of its income on heat and power. The DECC report, which can be found below, also states that in Scotland 28% of the population were fuel poor with Wales at 26% and England at 16%. D-ENERGi encourages anyone who is struggling with their gas and electricity bills to speak to their supplier as soon as possible to arrange a fair payment plan. Failure to do this may lead to further late payment charges being applied to your accounts. Help with bills! If you are struggling to pay your bills help is available. You can get help with heating through the Warm Front scheme, which helps your domestic property to become more energy efficient thus reduce your heating costs. Also another government initiative is the “Warm Home Discount Scheme” Click here to find out more on the Warm Home Discount Scheme Click here to find out more on fuel poverty  
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2 Feb

OFGEM takes steps to update its transmission charging structure

by denergi admin
 
  Transmission charges make up four percent of an average household bill and the cost to consumers of any potential changes is one of the key considerations for OFGEM. The current transmission methodology known as ICRP (Investment Cost Related Pricing) is being improved to better reflect the costs placed by high voltage renewable generation, this will include new kinds of generators such as wind farms and Solar PV
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