Protest against Uniper in Dusseldorf

Protest against Uniper in Dusseldorf: On Thursday, 14 July 2022 at 12:30 am, a rally will be held in Dusseldorf near the Uniper office (Franziusstraße 12, 40219 Düsseldorf), to protest the company’s role in funding Russia’s attempts to kill Ukrainians and destroy Ukraine. Uniper is a key buyer of Russian gas and coal. And despite…
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Alaska Energy’s application dropped for supplier licence

Alaska Energy’s application dropped for supplier licence Ofgem has said it has not accepted Alaska Energy’s application for a gas and electricity supplier licence. The company, whose registered office is in Glenfield, Leicestershire, submitted an application to the regulator for a supplier licence in October 2021. “Today we have issued our refusal of a supplier…
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129% increase in energy prices over the last year

129% increase in energy prices over the last year The UK has been struck by a 129.1 percent increase in electricity costs over the last year. A new analysis by The Underfloor Heating Store which implies the country has gone through the biggest boost in household electricity prices in the EU. The Czech Republic and…
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Largest CO2 supplier in UK may close Cheshire plant

Largest CO2 supplier in UK may close Cheshire plant Is the UK on the way toward a carbon dioxide shortage shock? CF Fertilisers, a subsidiary of CF Industries has said it will shut its Ince manufacturing facility near Chester. The site is one of the only two large fertiliser plants in the country. The company…
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Agreement in EU to ban 75% of Russian oil imports

Agreement in EU to ban 75% of Russian oil imports European counties have agreed to ban more than two-thirds of imported Russian oil. That is part of the sixth package of sanctions unveiled late at night yesterday after a meeting of the European Council. Charles Michel, President of the European Council stated: “We want to…
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NHS blamed for spending £150m on costly electricity

NHS blamed for spending £150m on costly electricity: If every trust had paid the minimum price per kilowatt hour (kWh) for electricity, the NHS‘ energy expenses would have been £150 million less in 2019-20. The Taxpayers’ Alliance analysis suggests that for gas there could be a saving of £68 million. The group’s research used data…
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Uniper to use Russian bank to pay for gas

Uniper to use Russian bank to pay for gas: German utility firm Uniper will pay for Russian gas by using a Russian bank, instead of a European one, says report. Vladimir Putin announced that companies wanting to purchase Russian gas will have to pay in roubles starting now going forward. This is a reaction to…
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Shell & Uniper team up for UK blue hydrogen production

Shell & Uniper team up for UK blue hydrogen production: Shell and Uniper have combined forces to generate blue hydrogen in the East England at Uniper’s Killingholme power station site. The site will have a capacity of as much as 720MW as well as use carbon capture and storage, and gas reformation tech to generate…
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Third party gas bill charges rise by 33%

Third party gas bill charges rise by 33%: Third party-charges (TPCs) on domestic household energy bills have jumped by 33% for gas and 9% for electricity in 2022-23, compared with 2021-22 prices, according to Cornwall Insight‘s Third Party Charges Report. The rise is driven predominantly by an increase in network charges due to the collection…
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3rd party gas bill charges climb year upon year by 33%

3rd party gas bill charges climb year upon year by 33%: Compared with 2021-22 prices, third party charges for household energy bills soar this year by 33% for gas & 9% for electricity. This, according to Cornwall Insight’s new analysis, suggests that the rise was driven for the most part by increases in network charges…
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