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UK Energy Consultants
FEC Energy is one of the UK's leading energy consultancies.
We work with farming and commercial businesses, government departments, industry organisations,
utility companies and manufacturers.
We provide advice and practical support to businesses,
with a special focus on agriculture and horticulture.
How can we help?
Buy and Sell
Get the best deal for your business – from simple contracts to complex trading.
All the support you need to generate heat and electricity from renewables or CHP.
Use and Manage
Use less energy, save money and manage your contracts, connections and metering.
Whatever the scheme, we can reduce the burden of compliance for you.
News and views
Almost time for ESOS round twoOli Coe | 17 Oct 2017
Update on the RHI consultationJon Swain | 12 Oct 2017
The greenest summer on recordJon Swain | 10 Oct 2017
Hope remains for Embedded Generators TRIAD income… justTim Pratt | 09 Oct 2017
Energy storage on mountains and abandoned minesAndrew Morbey | 05 Oct 2017
Did you, or do you have a maximum demand meter?Candace Robb | 03 Oct 2017
Capacity Market: high costs for users, more income for generatorsTim Pratt | 28 Sep 2017
An ITAR update from OfgemAndrew Morbey | 26 Sep 2017
Understanding energy storageJenny Beynon | 21 Sep 2017
Ten years of helping horticulture save energyChris Plackett | 19 Sep 2017
Energy storage is more than just batteriesEd Hardy | 14 Sep 2017
Join us for tea, cake and energy advice!Jenny Beynon | 12 Sep 2017
NFU members Buying Groups start to pay offPaul Jesson | 07 Sep 2017
Energy crops for biofuel productionJon Swain | 05 Sep 2017
RHI regulations brought forwardTay Bishop | 31 Aug 2017
Javier heads off into the sunsetJavier Cerrada | 31 Aug 2017
Energy efficiency and the seven ‘C’s
Energy efficiency is the most cost-effective way of reducing use and saving money, but where do you start? Here are seven ‘C’s, a few simple ideas, to help you: