Better insights. Better outcomes.
Delivered by experts our interactive briefings will show you ways to save time, reduce costs and make your budget go further. They're also the perfect opportunity to network with colleagues from other organisations within the framework and share best practice.
But don't just take our word for it:
" Really useful. Enjoyed the table exercises and interactions thoroughly" - David Charles, University of Strathclyde
Well presented, very engaging" - John Burnside, NHS Highland
Wholesale power costs are the single biggest component of your electricity bill - around 43%. This changes daily in response to factors in the market and in energy production. The amount of electricity being generated has to match demand, so if it looks like the UK may struggle to meet demand, the wholesale power price can spike.
The remaining part of your bill is made up of a number of unpredictable and often fluctuating non-energy costs (NECs). As the overall trend for NECs continues upwards, our key message to you for the year ahead is to stay informed. Join one of our upcoming April Prices Explained webinars to keep you up to date with our latest forecasts specific to your basket and to tell you how can you can use our tools and resources to help you manage, understand and save.
Talk Power webinars
Tailored specifically for Scottish Procurement customers our webinars are a great way to learn. They’re quick and easy to access and best of all you don’t need to leave your desk! You can even ask questions.
Once you've signed up, we'll email you all the information you need to take part.
Talk Power Briefings
Not only is energy complex but the energy landscape is changing, and fast. Our briefings keep you up to date with the latest developments and what they mean to you. We'll share ideas and show you new ways to save.
During 2016 we covered
- The changing energy landscape
- The rise of non-energy costs and their impact on your budget
- Regulatory and market update
- Tools and services to help you budget better and make savings
We are currently planning the programme for 2017 and will let you know more details when finalised.
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