A BURTON firm has revealed that energy prices have slipped a further two per cent in the first quarter of 2014, sitting marginally higher than they were 12 months ago.
The Lorien Energy Index, which is produced by Lorien Engineering Solutions, based in Centrum 100, monitors the overall cost of energy for business users.
It allows companies of all sizes to make sense of current energy consumption and look at ways they can make savings in the future, by being energy efficient and utilising low carbon and renewable technologies to boost energy security.
Concerns over wider wholesale energy prices have not been realised over recent months with stockpiles and reserves for both oil and gas smoothing out ripple effects from geopolitical instability in crisis zones.
Lorien Engineering Solutions has recently become part of GP Strategies Corporation, a global performance improvement solutions provider of training, eLearning solutions.