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The role of gas in the UK’s transition to net zero

In 2019, the UK became the first major economy in the world to set a legal target to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The National Grid’s ‘Future Energy Scenarios’ report recognises gas will have a key part to play in the energy transition, with expertise in the sector and existing infrastructure and technologies […]

Satisfied customer: Meter installation in the Isle of Wight

Here at Squire Energy, we’re determined to provide an efficient and reliable service which leaves all of our customers satisfied with our work. In some cases, our excellent team of gas professionals are required to go above and beyond in order to overcome unforeseen challenges, ensuring we avoid unwanted delays or additional costs to the […]

Meet the Team – Amy Langdon, Senior Metering Coordinator

What’s your job title? Senior Metering Coordinator   What does your job involve? As Senior Metering Coordinator, I’ll be supporting the Metering Manager across all aspects of the business. Getting hands on with the metering teams and building relationships with our service providers in order to achieve monthly targets.   What’s your background? I have […]

Quiz: How well do you know the gas industry?

Do you think you know the gas industry as well as we do? Put your knowledge to the test by answering the following questions.

Quiz: How well do you know Squire Energy?

How well do you know Squire Energy? Put your knowledge to the test by answering these questions in our company quiz.

Squire explores hidden history at Queen Mary’s University

Here at Squire we’ve been lucky enough to work on a number of significant historical buildings, many of which still have signs of their fascinating ‘hidden’ history in plain sight – so long as you know where to look! Due to the nature of our work, we’ve stumbled across many an interesting artefact and site […]

Gasholders: A History

What are gasholders? Known as gasholders or gasometers, these enormous containers are made from metal bolted together and are used to stored vast amounts of natural gas near atmospheric pressure. The first gasholders were solid spherical containers, supported by equally solid, sturdy legs that held them steady. But in 1824 in Leeds, a new type […]

Squire Energy Timeline: 2003 – 2019

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Smart gas meters: the rollout and its challenges

One of the biggest challenges we are facing at Squire Energy right now is posed by the UK government’s smart meter rollout scheme. Under the scheme, energy suppliers are required to begin the process of transitioning from traditional energy meters to smart meters, with a target of offering a smart meter to every home or […]