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Data Center Power Contracts

The continuing demand for power within the datacenter industry has received significant amounts of press in recent years. Great technology and energy efficient practices has been implemented, however, power supplies and power supply contracts will still need to be in place for the likely life cycle of the modern datacenter. I am pleased therefore to […]

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Importance of trusting your energy broker

With a busy business the last thing you have time for is to worry about your energy costs and liaising with various suppliers and finding the best price to suit your budget is something most people like to outsource. But how do you pass over such a great responsibility to an Energy broker/ Consultant in […]

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Fixed or flexible energy contracts?

Fixed or flexible energy contracts? Many companies have no choice as traditionally flexible procurement is something that is reserved for the big energy users and not seen as an option for Mid Market energy users. However, we invite you to consider joining one of the UK’s best performing flexible buying contracts. As long as you […]

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Summer energy prices and the Great British weather

With the summer upon us, the question on our minds is will it be a wet and windy summer like last year with just a few days of good weather? Judging by the year we have had so far, 2013 isn’t looking like it will be an Indian summer. The reports and research we’ve seen […]

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Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)

A Power Purchase agreement (PPA) is a legal contract between a seller (an electricity generator) and a buyer (normally a utility or large power buyer/trader). The contract can last anywhere from 5 years to 20 years and it usually deals with issues such as the rates for electricity to be charged and the economic incentives […]

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So what are FITs and RO?

Renewables Obligation (RO) is the main policy in place introduced by the government to support renewable electricity projects in the UK. It is designed to encourage licensed electricity suppliers to source a fraction of their electricity from a renewable source. Upon meeting the obligation, energy suppliers must present a Renewables Obligation Certificate (ROC). ROCs are […]

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Pulse Flexible Trading Analysis 2012

Gas Trading Analysis 2012 The chart on the left shows the historical and current annual trading price of gas in the UK via the red line. The green line shows what Pulse were able to purchase their flexible gas at over the same annual period. Using flexible trading our price risk significantly reduced and we […]

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Pulse Shortlisted for 3 Awards at TELCA 2013

Pulse Commercial Utilities is proud to announce that we have been shortlisted for I&C Most Innovative, I&C Most Trusted and The Rising Star Awards at The Energy Live Consultancy Awards (TELCA) 2013. Although we are now up against many of the giants of the industry, being shortlisted is a proud achievement for Pulse and we […]

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Unidentified gas charges explained!

In some cases when gas enters the national supply, it is not correctly attributed to the right consumer; this instance is commonly referred to as ‘Unidentified Gas’. Unidentified Gas is also known as Unallocated Gas within the gas industry may be caused by a number of factors including theft of gas by end users and […]