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Retail Supply & Consumers

For retail suppliers and their customers we reduce complexity and bring financial benefit.

Working with you across the energy supply chain, we help manage risk and maximise opportunities in areas ranging from complex wholesale trading and credit agreements, through to supply terms and conditions, metering agreements, data privacy, disputes and debt recovery.

We are interpreters and guides, always focused on finding you the best solution.

For organisations with significant energy costs, this experience adds considerable value to the energy procurement process, and valuable insight to the development of energy efficiency projects.The route to commercial success though the labyrinth of reporting and compliance obligations is often the most direct one - we will show the way.

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Brexit-energy-insights

Read our latest insights report for an in-depth look at how Brexit will impact the energy sector, a prediction of the key discussion points for the negotiators, and the changes we expect to see as the UK adapts its domestic energy policy agenda to align with a post-Brexit world.  

Latest Energy News

30 November 2017
Law firm Shakespeare Martineau has assisted energy company npower with its aim to alleviate the ‘heat or eat’ dilemma, which is faced by many people across the UK each winter. read

23 November 2017
The UK's exit from the EU is the defining issue of our time for UK businesses. But the impact goes beyond the UK. Potentially, every business sector across Europe could be affected, and the energy sector is no exception. read

14 November 2017
Andrew Whitehead looks at how leaving the EU will affect the functioning of the UK energy market, especially the building and funding of electricity interconnectors. read

Meet the Team

We’re passionate about providing the right solutions and driven to make a positive difference in everything we do.

"We're excited about working with Shakespeare Martineau to show
how integral teamwork is in both sporting and business
environments. We also share similar beliefs when it comes to
fostering upcoming talent."

Paul Blanchard, Chief Executive, Commonwealth Games England