Chris Houghton joined Ovo, one of the UK’s fastest-growing energy companies, last year. During renovations and expansion at the company’s London office, he talked to Janet Wood about managing that growth.
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There is a raft of options for bringing the demand side into managing the electricity network. They have policy attention, but there is a way to go to turn that into effective action, Flexitrixity's founder tells Janet Wood.
Over the six years that Fiona Cochrane has been working on energy policy at Which?, the energy team has grown from half a person to six full-time staff. It’s an indication of energy’s high profile in consumer affairs. Which?
Before I visit CBI to talk energy policy with its head of energy and climate change, Michelle Hubert, the fear of power shortages this winter has been all over the newspapers, so top of the list for our discussion is whether her members – the UK’s
Malcolm Grimston is an advocate of new nuclear power. He says climate change means we have no choice: “for baseload, which is where nuclear lives – the choice is nuclear or gas.
Utilitia was a start-up supplier in 2005 when volatility in the wholesale gas market forced two or three of its fellows into receivership, and their customers into “supplier of last resort” measures.