Opus Energy shortlisted for the British Small Business Awards

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We’re thrilled to announce that Opus Energy has been shortlisted for the British Small Business Awards 2017. Thanks to our commitment to SMEs, Opus Energy is a finalist in the category of Utilities Continue Reading

How to engage your staff with smart meters: the report

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Engaging your team with smart meters is not only a good way to educate them about the roll-out that’s sweeping the nation, but it was also instil the values of good energy management – a bonus for any Continue Reading

Our UK renewable power generation, at a glance

Opus Energy is committed to sustainability - last year, 90% of the energy supplied to our customers came from renewable sources, at no extra cost. We don’t just supply energy, however. We also buy Continue Reading

Reaching boiling point: When solar panels overheat

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Solar power plays a huge role in the global energy mix. In 2016, it was estimated to make up almost 230 GW of capacity across the world. The proliferation of the technology is thanks to the rapid Continue Reading

The Energy Bulletin: In the news September 2017

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More world records for UK renewable energy generation and exciting news from the National Grid – read all the top energy headlines from September in our Energy Bulletin news round-up. UK energy Continue Reading

The Energy Bulletin: Regulations round-up September 2017

Ofgem have recently published a long-awaited consultation which details their preferred reforms to facilitate more reliable and faster switching. Ofgem favour proposals which would see Xoserve’s UK Continue Reading

The Current: Top renewable news Autumn 2017

It’s been a remarkable few months for renewable energy. The release of the National Grid's Future Energy Scenarios report offers interesting insights into the future of the UK's energy mix, while Continue Reading

Denmark’s journey to 50% renewable energy by 2050

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Denmark is relatively small, with a population of just over five million, and the country has set itself big targets for sustainability and renewable energy. With capital city Copenhagen aiming for Continue Reading

Dam impressive: Norway leads Europe for hydropower

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When it comes to renewable energy, there are a couple of big players in the global game – and Norway is one of them. The Nordic country is aiming for 67.5% renewable energy by 2020, which sounds Continue Reading

The challenges of decarbonisation: How does a country go carbon neutral?

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Thanks to the huge role that electricity plays in our day-to-day lives, we – our businesses and homes – have become dependent on it. However, our dependence on electricity is problematic. To supply Continue Reading