Energy Risk Management
Realise the potential of energy risk management for your business.
Energy risk management should be a key component of your energy procurement toolbox as energy markets are highly unpredictable. Energy risk management involves identifying, evaluating, and analysing risk associated with unpredictable and volatile markets.
Why is energy risk management needed?
The energy economy is changing rapidly as the economy transitions towards Net Zero. Businesses that consume a large amount of energy are at the forefront of trying to navigate this evolving marketplace, whilst satisfying their customers, investors, and supply chain demands.
Every opportunity presents some risk, but our expert team have the knowledge needed to help navigate this ever-changing landscape, take a proactive and strategic approach, and manage any risks that may arise.
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Why invest in energy risk management?
The changing landscape can expose your business to financial loss, supply problems, legislative issues, and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) scrutiny. How companies manage that risk both from a profitability, reputational, and responsibility perspective is critical and should be done by experts who have knowledge and credibility.
The energy market requires full-time monitoring of developments and complex regulatory changes, this can be time consuming and companies should hire an energy consultant to help strategize, save time, and assess any risks.
Key sectors we work with…
We support government departments and public sectors in achieving net zero by 2050 and substantially reducing their energy consumption.
We work with investors and suppliers to help prepare this industry for future and long-term business growth.
The NHS has become the world’s first health service to announce a commitment to reaching net zero by 2045 and this is where our expertise comes in.
The UK government has introduced a huge commitment to decarbonising energy supply by 2035, providing a great opportunity for the Renewables sector.
The British agricultural sector has a high final energy consumption of fossil fuels, as energy is consumed directly with the use of machinery and the heating of livestock stables and greenhouses.