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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 […]

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Shale Gas: To Frack or Not To Frack?

According to the Chief Executive of Ofgem, Alistair Buchanan the UK is dangerously close to an energy crisis. So is shale gas the solution to this crisis? And can we ignore the concerns over the effect ‘Fracking’ could have on human health risks and the environment? There is no denying that fracking for shale gas […]

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Pulse Commercial Utilities announces ISO 9001:2008 certification.

Pulse Commercial Utilities Limited is proud to announce it is now certified as an ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Standard compliant organisation. This internationally recognised award certifies that our Energy Consultancy and Procurement services meet the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction. Gaining ISO 9001 accreditation shows that Pulse Commercial Utilities is a conscientious, efficient […]

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Pulse sponsors Sporta energy seminars

Pulse Commercial Utilities has been chosen by the Chief Executive of Sporta Brian Leonard, to sponsor their upcoming Energy Seminars in London and Sheffield. Sporta is a membership association that represents cultural and leisure trusts and social enterprises throughout the UK. Their mission is to be the voice for cultural and leisure trusts and social enterprises […]

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Why should businesses use an energy broker?

Whether you are a Small/Medium size business or FTSE 100 company, a respectable and independent energy broker can prove to be valuable to your business. The growth in the energy market and complex regulations, have made it very complicated for companies to regulate their energy expenses, therefore hiring an energy broker has become a necessity […]