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npower business

Wetherby Road
LS14 3HS
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0113 2895 282
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Article archive for npower business

Businesses urged to respond to Government consultation on FiTs (19 September 2012)
Following an announcement from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) that it is opening a consultation on the Feed in Tariffs (FiT) scheme, npower is urging businesses to have their say. This follows the energy supplier’s own research, which found that many businesses are worried about how the scheme impacts on budget certainty. read more...

Airport invests in solar power (15 February 2012)
Birmingham Airport will save 22 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year with the installation of 200 solar panels on the roof of its terminal. The 1.6m x 1m panels will generate 40,000 kWh a year; sufficient to power 12 average sized houses. read more...

Maximising customer benefits of Government smart meter programme (01 February 2012)
The benefits and costs of the Government’s planned roll-out of smart meters has been a key topic of discussion recently and RWE npower has re-affirmed its commitment to smart metering and to working with the Department of Energy and Climate Change to deliver a responsible and well managed roll-out programme. read more...

Businesses call for government help to keep the nation’s lights on (18 July 2011)
Energy risk – particularly in terms of security of supply and supply costs - has been identified as the top risk major business energy users are facing, above legislation, security and health & safety. Added to this, many believe it is the government’s responsibility to help reduce instability through funding for self generation projects and demand management tools to bridge the supply gap and keep the nation’s lights on. read more...
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