Shell Energy Europe to supply power to industrial customers in Great Britain
Aug 07, 2017
Shell Energy Europe will begin supplying electricity to industrial customers in Great Britain, and the offer is now available for customers.
“The decision to offer power supply directly to end users in Great Britain’s industrial and commercial sector reinforces our strategy to boost our position in Europe’s electricity market,” said Jonathan McCloy, General Manager North West Europe, Shell Energy Europe. “In addition to supplying Shell’s assets in Great Britain, we intend to supply power to other large industrial complexes from early next year.”
Shell Energy Europe is present in 14 European power markets and offtakes renewable power from wind farms and solar parks in Great Britain and mainland Europe.
Shell Energy Europe has been active in power trading and wholesale markets in Great Britain for several years and will continue to provide wholesale gas and power to existing independent energy retail counterparties.
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