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balancing mechanism

COVID-19 shifts global energy demand

We look back at what impact 2020 had on the energy sector and what learnings global energy retailers can take with them into 2021.
smart energy app

Smart energy app helps Norway consumers cut energy use by 7%

A multi-year analysis of 1142 utility customers who used a smart energy app reveals they changed their behavior to reduce their consumption.
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Smart energy app changed the behaviour of 91% and made 62%...

91% of smart metered consumers with access to energy analytics through an app have changed their behaviour and 62% had directly made purchases as a result to reduce their consumption, according to a new survey
Enklare

New renewable energy company launches in Sweden

Enklare is extending its proposition into the energy market and is partnering with Eliq to help customers manage their energy.
energy

What does the future look like for energy suppliers?

The future of energy supply needs to be focused around decarbonisation, that is clear. But without engagement, can we expect consumers to make choices that lead to lower energy usage?
energy customer

The changing face of energy use – from consumption to collaboration

Eliq hosted a breakfast briefing at EUW19 & POWERGEN Europe conference to showcase some of the work the firm has been doing with Bristol Energy,
district heating

Vattenfall selects Eliq for unique customer engagement in district heating pilot

Vattenfall has partnered with Eliq to trial new technology for customer engagement and optimisation of district heating in homes.
AI i

BEIS issues funding to pilot a new AI energy advisor

The BEIS has awarded Eliq and Bristol Energy funds to develop new AI technology that will deliver personalised energy savings advice to customers.
energy customer

Chile’s largest utility signs 12-month customer engagement deal

Naturgy has contracted with Eliq to deliver a 12- month customer engagement project for its subsidiary CGE, Chile’s largest electricity utility.
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Supporting women in business initiative secures $251 million

Emmanuel Macron and G7 leaders have approved a package totalling $251 million to support women entrepreneurs in Africa.

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