The UK’s Energy Price Cap – friend or foe

Amidst the events surrounding the loss of Her Majesty, it is easy to forget that Liz Truss made her first move as Prime Minister last week by implementing an energy pricing cap for UK consumers. An average UK household will pay no more than £2,500 a year and a £400 rebate will be issued inContinue reading “The UK’s Energy Price Cap – friend or foe”

Electricity Trading at Cobblestone Energy

Electricity is a commodity some of us take for granted. It is the form of energy that powers our homes, factories, and increasingly, our vehicles. Being able to request supply at a flick of a switch seems so simple. At any time of the day, you can switch on your kettle and have your teaContinue reading “Electricity Trading at Cobblestone Energy”