The power in the electricity market is shifting to the consumer

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The power in the electricity market is shifting to the consumer

A superb article in the FT about the rapidly changing business of generating and supplying electricity.

It describes how the market power is now shifting to those businesses which generate their own electricity. As Iain Conn, the CEO of Centrica, nicely sums it up; “The power and the influence is shifting to the consumer.”

Businesses which fail to grasp this opportunity will stay reliant on traditional grid electricity which will get much more expensive as the amount of electricity it supplies dwindles. If it's time your business got on the right side of this seismic shift in the electricity market, come and talk to us…

You can read the FT piece here.

 

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