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About us

Our Members

Energy UK’s ability to effectively represent the industry derives from building and maintaining a broad membership that equips us to speak on behalf of the sector.

What kind of companies do we represent?

  • Retail supply companies

    We represent companies that supply energy to over 95% of UK homes as well as many businesses.

  • Electricity generators

    Our members deliver nearly 80% of the UK’s power generation, through wind, solar, hydro, nuclear, biomass and gas generation

  • Investors

    Companies that share our determination to ensure that the UK investment environment facilitates the delivery of our transition to Net Zero.

  • Technology firms

    Innovative technologies will be needed in the low carbon transition, we link up companies that are helping to drive the digitalisation of our sector.

  • Flexibility and storage providers

    We represent some of the leading innovators and market leaders on low carbon flexibility from consumer demand-side response to battery developers to long-duration storage.

  • Electric vehicles

    Our membership includes EV charging providers as well as those offering bundled services surrounding this technology.

  • Heating

    With members from heat pump, heat network, hybrid, and gas boiler markets, we represent the full breadth of the transition to low carbon heat.

  • Electricity system operation and transmission

    We represent both National Grid ESO, responsible for balancing GB power, and National Grid Electricity Transmission, which owns and maintains the high-voltage electricity transmission network in England and Wales.

  • Consultancies

    Firms that specialise in advising on energy benefit from our wide range of expertise and connections.

  • Charities

    Having organisations that have consumers at their heart as part of our membership ensures our advocacy work always considers how it will affect the people that use energy.

  • We don’t represent upstream oil and gas markets

    Energy UK does not represent upstream oil and gas markets. Whilst some of our members are active in oil and gas extraction, we do not represent these parts of their business in our work, instead agreeing on specific business activities such as renewables.  

  • We don’t represent Distribution Network Operators

    Energy UK does not represent Distribution Network Operators or Gas Distribution Networks – Network Operators are represented by the Energy Networks Association.