Nikki Flanders announced as Chief Operating Officer of Opus Energy

As of 6th March 2017, Opus Energy is delighted to announce the appointment of Nikki Flanders as new Chief Operating Officer. Nikki Flander’s role will involve overseeing the day-to-day running of the business, with a view to ensuring Opus Energy’s continued growth. In addition, Nikki will be responsible for seeing that our broad customer base, currently made up […]

The 5 steps to becoming a brilliant apprentice

When it comes to apprentices, the stats are pretty clear – they’re very good for business, and they’re very good for careers.

The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up February 2017

Project Nexus: non-effective days Xoserve provides a central service for the Gas Transporters in Britain and manages all of the key data associated with approximately 22 million gas supply points nationwide. An ageing system called UK Link currently underpins a number processes including settlement and meter registration. Project Nexus encompasses the replacement of this system […]

Take caution – fraudulent emails claiming to be from Opus Energy

We have just been informed that fraudulent emails are being sent to individuals, falsely claiming to be sent by Opus Energy. The design of these emails very closely matches Opus Energy’s email templates, and the email address that they appear to be sent from has also been spoofed, making it hard for the recipient to tell […]

The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up January 2017

Smart, Flexible Energy System: an Ofgem call for evidence BEIS and Ofgem recently published a joint call for evidence which builds on their previously published position paper. It requested viewpoints from the industry on how the right environment can be created to allow consumers to benefit from a smarter, more flexible energy system, following the […]

5 reasons why you should be working for Opus Energy

Opus Energy is a fast-growing business energy supplier, and that’s partly thanks to our dedicated employees who’ve helped build the business into the successful force it is today. There are offices in Northampton, Oxford and Cardiff, and all have a strong focus on creating a working environment that allows employees to develop and grow. Find […]

2016: a year in renewable energy headlines

2016 proved to be a banner year for renewable energy, with many outstanding international efforts to embrace socially-responsible forms of power. Check out some of the biggest stories from the last year – including international milestones, socially-responsible improvements in the workplace and amazing achievements in science. Advancements in technology An energy station in Manchester has […]

The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up December 2016

  Faster Switching – Ofgem update Ofgem are in the midst of the blueprint phase of their programme to deliver faster and more reliable switching arrangements for all consumers by 2019. A Significant Code Review (SCR) was launched in late to 2015 to allow Ofgem to manage the complex changes needed to multiple industry codes […]

Staying alive in space: the infographic

When you’re advancing on the final frontier, heating and efficiency becomes a matter much more serious than simply keeping your energy usage down. In one of the most hazardous working environments imaginable, coming up with innovative ways to maintain correct climate control involves complex and creative applications of knowledge. Read on to discover how heating […]

The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up November 2016

Energy Intensive Industry (EII) To help the UK meet its low carbon targets, the Government has introduced policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by incentivising increases in renewable energy. The effect of these policies has resulted in an increase in retail electricity prices and contributed to a cost differential between Energy Intensive Industries (EIIs) in […]