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  • Inprova announces its latest acquisition

    Inprova announces its latest acquisition

       Inprova Group, the Cheshire-based procurement outsourcing service company, has acquired award winning non-domestic energy consultancy Energy & Carbon Management (E&CM).    E&CM, which was awarded Consultancy of Year in ...

  • Get a headstart to ESOS compliance

    Get a headstart to ESOS compliance

    Businesses can now start gathering 12 months of energy consumption data to give them a headstart in complying with phase two of the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). Under ESOS, all eligible organisations must record and collect 100% of ...

  • Inprova Energy helps Cameron House to check in with Anglian Water Business

    Inprova Energy helps Cameron House to check in with Anglian Water Business

    Cameron House, the five star luxury golf and spa retreat on the banks of Loch Lomond, has switched its water supply to Anglian Water Business as part of a drive to build on its environmental goals with reduced water consumption. The four-year deal ...

  • Fast forward business energy purchasing to cut bills

    Fast forward business energy purchasing to cut bills

    Businesses could save money on their power bills by locking into forward prices, some of which are trading close to a ten-year low, says Inprova Energy. "Looking beyond 2018, wholesale power prices are extremely low", says Daniel Turvey, Lead ...

  • ESOS: Environment Agency begins to issue fines for non-compliance

    ESOS: Environment Agency begins to issue fines for non-compliance

    With the first phase of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) complete and the second phase in full swing, the Environment Agency has revealed that hundreds of organisations could be issued fines for non-compliance with the energy auditing ...

  • Inprova publishes free guide to help businesses benefit from water market reform

    Inprova publishes free guide to help businesses benefit from water market reform

    Water and energy adviser, Inprova, has published a free guide to help businesses prepare for water market deregulation in England this year. From 1 April 2017, all non-household customers in England will be free to shop around for their water, just ...

  • Inprova Energy publishes free guide to surviving the energy lottery

    Inprova Energy publishes free guide to surviving the energy lottery

    If your business is to avoid being `rolled over` when playing the `lottery` of flexible energy purchasing, it is important to carefully manage risk, says Inprova Energy. The procurement specialist has published a guide   `Playing the ...

  • How to take climate change action out of political slow lane

    How to take climate change action out of political slow lane

    While governments get their act together on climate change, businesses can step into the breach by thinking energy efficiency first, says Michael Dent, Managing Director of Inprova Energy.  The Paris Climate Change Agreement has been bolstered ...

  • Inprova Group doubles growth to clinch top business award

    Inprova Group doubles growth to clinch top business award

    Procurement outsourcing and energy specialist Inprova Group has doubled growth in the past year to win a top business award for outstanding management performance. The Cheshire-based firm has been named Venture Capital Company Team of the Year in ...

  • Inprova Energy`s Helen Woodman wins National Grid Appreciation Award

    Inprova Energy`s Helen Woodman wins National Grid Appreciation Award

    National Grid has recognised Inprova Energy`s Helen Woodman as one of its top contractors for helping to achieve utilities savings across the organisation.  Helen has won the National Grid Corporate Property `Certificate of Recognition` ...

  • Inprova publishes eGuide to help businesses profit from water market reform

    Inprova publishes eGuide to help businesses profit from water market reform

    The short `Preparing for UK water market reform and competition` eGuide advises organisations about the changes taking place on 1st April 2017. In nine months’ time the non-domestic water market in England will be fully open to competition, ...

  • Schuh steps into big savings with water supplier switch

    Schuh steps into big savings with water supplier switch

    A Scottish retail giant is set to slash annual overheads by around £62,000 - courtesy of a change in water supplier and the identification of the contribution of a small burn. Schuh, the high street footwear group, has switched its water ...

  • Luxury hotel group water supply contract is first for UK market

    Luxury hotel group water supply contract is first for UK market

    A groundbreaking national water supply contract has been signed by Malmaison and Hotel du Vin and Anglian Water Business. The contract, brokered by Inprova Energy, is the first UK-wide, single-contract, multi-site deal to leverage the benefits of ...

  • How will ESOS participants be required to report their compliance?

    How will ESOS participants be required to report their compliance?

    Participants in the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) are obligated to comply with the scheme and report their compliance to the Environment Agency, as the scheme administrator, by the 5th December 2015. It is the participant’s duty to ...

  • Big business wants single water supplier from day one of market opening

    Big business wants single water supplier from day one of market opening

    The retail water market must open on time and must be fit and ready for multi-site customers to switch to a single supplier from day one. These are two of the demands that feature in the Water Competition Manifesto published today by large utility ...

  • Plans to roll out smart meters by 2020 off-track

    Plans to roll out smart meters by 2020 off-track

    Plans to install energy saving smart meters in every UK home and business by 2020 are in danger of veering off-track and could prove to be a costly failure because the project has not been driven forward effectively, the Energy and Climate Change ...

  • £3 million funding to boost low carbon heating

    £3 million funding to boost low carbon heating

    More people will have their homes and businesses heated by renewable, sustainable or recoverable energy sources thanks to extra £3 million of funding awarded to 55 local authorities across England and Wales today. The new funding will support ...

  • Latest ESOS Guide released by The Environment Agency

    Latest ESOS Guide released by The Environment Agency

    The Environment Agency are responsible for producing the guidance, communications, helpdesk support and the collection of notifications for ESOS compliance in the UK. Yesterday, an updated ESOS Guide was published by The Environment Agency on ...

  • De-aggregation of Multi-Meter Supply Points for Gas

    De-aggregation of Multi-Meter Supply Points for Gas

    As announced by Ofgem in 2013, rules for aggregated gas supplies are changing - All aggregated gas supply points are to be split into single supply points by 1st July 2015. What are Multi-Meter Supply Points (MMSPs)? MMSPs are created when gas ...

  • Monthly Market Update - January 2015

    Monthly Market Update - January 2015

    Electricity and gas prices finished the month lower than they had started. The month started with prices continuing to track the freefall seen on oil markets as global supply continues to outweigh demand. Oil prices fell through the psychological ...