Responding to nationalisation plans for the energy sector in Labour’s manifesto, which was published today, Energy UK’s Director of Policy, Audrey Gallacher said:
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With the energy sector transforming to a future system that will be unrecognisable from today’s, Energy UK is recognising the efforts of individual energy companies who are not just embracing change, but leading it.
As politicians prepare to hit the campaign trail and the public to go to the polls on 12 December, Energy UK has issued its own manifesto setting out policy proposals for how the next Government can work with the sector to help meet the 2050 net-zero target at the lowest cost to consumers.
Further to the European Commission’s Capacity Market decision which was published this morning, please see below our comment which is from Lawrence Slade, chief executive at Energy UK. He said:
Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures - published today - reveal that 603,400 customers moved to a new supplier last month - 10% up on September 2018.
Further to the Environment Bill which was published today please see below a comment from Lawrence Slade (Chief Executive, Energy UK):
Further to the Government response to the Committee on Climate Change’s Progress Reports which was published this afternoon, Lawrence Slade, chief executive at Energy UK. He said:
Energy UK, in collaboration with the international law firm Herbert Smith Freehills, is offering a series of free webinars to provide advice on the regulatory and legal aspects that UK-based businesses need to consider as part of their no-deal preparations.
Following Government's announcement today of a new net-zero package, Enegy UK has issued the below statement.
Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures, published today, reveal that over 560,000 (564,814) customers switched supplier last month, up 15% on August 2018.
Today, to coincide with the Global Climate Strike (20 Sept), Energy UK is calling on the Government to introduce a ‘net-zero test’ to ensure all new government policies support the new target to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.