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Welcome to Carbonxgen’s new podcast series, in which our experts discuss their views on a diverse range of topics from energy supplies to building management to climate change.

If you are looking for guidance, ideas, fresh thinking and hope about our collective future then we are confident this series will help.

Sustainable Resilience: Building and Workplace Re-entry

Joanne Merry, Head of Product Development, Carbonxgen

Businesses are having to reassess how they operate as they look to get staff back to the workplace after being shutdown for some time during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this podcast, Joanne Merry, author of the Carbonxgen guide series ‘The Road to Resilience and Sustainable Recovery’, discusses the business critical requirements to continue to operate and enable workplaces to open again safely, whilst also addressing how to protect businesses from such future risks through developing sustainable resilience.

Sustainable Resilience: Building and Workplace Re-entry

Joanne Merry, Head of Product Development, Carbonxgen

Businesses are having to reassess how they operate as they look to get staff back to the workplace after being shutdown for some time during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this podcast, Joanne Merry, author of the Carbonxgen guide ‘The road to resilience and sustainable recovery’, discusses the business critical requirements to continue to operate and enable workplaces to open again safely whilst also addressing how to protect businesses from such future risks through developing sustainable resilience.

Real Estate: Build it back better

Featuring JLL and Carbonxgen

Experts from the UK real estate arm of JLL and Carbonxgen explore the disruption of COVID-19, the effects the pandemic has had on business and the real estate sector in general. Key discussions center around how real estate can embrace the current situation and look at positive opportunities to ‘Build it back better’.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, September 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves provides a monthly roundup of the markets in September 2020; addressing key drivers of the bullish wholesale costs, network companies belief that the UK’s net zero target is at risk if their revenues are reduced and our first major consolidation of the Covid-age with British Gas buying out Robin Hood Energy.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, September 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves provides a monthly roundup of the markets in September 2020; addressing key drivers of the bullish wholesale costs, network companies belief that the UK’s net zero target is at risk if their revenues are reduced and our first major consolidation of the Covid-age with British Gas buying out Robin Hood Energy.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, August 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk at Carbonxgen, provides a monthly roundup of the markets in August 2020, addressing the key events that occurred including; a significant push in wholesale costs with electricity and gas increasing 14% and 20% respectively for October ’20 annuals, a 10% increase in carbon prices as well as cost savings being achieved from businesses switching their water supplies (a first since the water retail market deregulated in 2017).

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, July 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk at Carbonxgen, provides a monthly roundup of the energy markets in July 2020; exploring the impact an increase in COVID cases in some parts of the UK and the rest of the world is having on UK energy prices. With a raft of government spending plans announced in July and Brexit kicking in from the end of the year; Paul also discusses how this will affect the UK energy industry.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, July 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk at Carbonxgen, provides a monthly roundup of the energy markets in July 2020; exploring the impact an increase in COVID cases in some parts of the UK and the rest of the world is having on UK energy prices. With a raft of government spending plans announced in July and Brexit kicking in from the end of the year; Paul also discusses how this will affect the UK energy industry.

MONTHLY ENERGY MARKETS ROUNDUP, JUNE 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Trading and Risk, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves provides a monthly roundup of the energy markets in June 2020; reflecting on what has happened over the last month, but also looking forward as the country returns to some form of normality. With the 04 July being a pivotal point, Paul addresses some of the key considerations particularly around supply risks and contractual changes. Also with a significant drop in demand of late reducing CO2 output, discussions centre around whether that can be maintained as we ease out of the crisis.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, May 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Risk and Trading, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves provides a monthly roundup of the energy markets in May 2020; addressing the impact of eased lockdown restrictions and reduced energy consumption on energy prices.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, May 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Risk and Trading, Carbonxgen

Paul Gleaves provides a monthly roundup of the energy markets in May 2020; addressing the impact of eased lockdown restrictions and reduced energy consumption on energy prices.

Little Bags of Gratitude for the NHS

Melanie Kendall-Reid LLB (Hons.) FCMI, Director of Consultancy Services, Carbonxgen

The incredible, selfless work of our NHS and key workers has inspired us to make our own small contribution to an amazing team at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, donating gift bags containing items such as lip balm, hand cream and our notes of gratitude from staff and families just to say “thank you”. Melanie Kendall-Reid discusses the background behind this important initiative and the impact it will have on the frontline.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, April 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Risk and Trading, Carbonxgen

A monthly roundup of the energy markets in April 2020.

Monthly Energy Markets Roundup, April 2020

Paul Gleaves, Head of Risk and Trading, Carbonxgen

A monthly roundup of the energy markets in April 2020.

Maintaining building efficiency during the COVID-19 crisis

Joanne Merry, Head of Product Development, Carbonxgen

Joanne discusses the challenges faced by the property sector in the wake of COVID-19. Commercial buildings have experienced a major reduction in occupancy with many buildings currently unoccupied; this was unheard of prior to this crisis. Buildings can no longer be run the way they usually would as they are not being used in the same way. Joanne discusses how property management teams are now having to rethink what steps they can take to adapt their building management strategies given these unprecedented changes.

Supplier responses to the COVID-19 pandemic

Paul Gleaves, Head of Risk and Trading, Carbonxgen

The energy landscape has been changing rapidly due to the coronavirus outbreak. In this podcast, Paul shares the latest feedback and guidance from the industry; addressing how energy suppliers have responded to the crisis whilst providing practical advice on what businesses should be considering to reduce any supply or financial risks during these uncertain times.

Supplier responses to the COVID-19 pandemic

Paul Gleaves, Head of Risk and Trading, Carbonxgen

The energy landscape has been changing rapidly due to the coronavirus outbreak. In this podcast, Paul shares the latest feedback and guidance from the industry; addressing how energy suppliers have responded to the crisis whilst providing practical advice on what businesses should be considering to reduce any supply or financial risks during these uncertain times.

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