Porsche calls on its suppliers to use 100% renewable energy to manufacture its components

In a recent press release, Porsche has shared next steps in furthering its efforts against CO2 emissions by demanding its nearly 1,300 suppliers exclusive use renewable energy to manufacturer its vehicle components. This new policy applies to any and all contracts awarded to provide production material for new vehicle projects. Furthermore, any suppliers unwilling to […]

UK Electricity Prices Double in a Year

Wholesale electricity prices have doubled over the past year, peaking at £82.75 per MWh on 24th June. Current supply-demand tightness has cemented in high oil prices which, in turn, has driven a substantial price increase in electricity and gas markets. Furthermore, the sterling is down, causing UK imports to be subject to high levels of […]

Why the energy price cap could cost you money

Last year, we overspent on our energy bills by a staggering £1.4bn because 70% of users are on more expensive Standard Variable Tariffs (SVTs). This has prompted the introduction of the energy price cap.

Solar powered homes mandatory

It’s official: any new homes built in California after 2020 will have to be at least partially solar powered to offset their electricity needs


GE Robinson has worked with Energy Gain UK Ltd to install a 200 KWp Solar system which will produce approx. 170,000 units of electricity per annum and 3,335,400 units of electricity over the next 20 years.