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Energy UK comments on BEIS's latest energy statistics

... h a short space of time shows what can be done with a clear policy direction and the right framework to encourage investment and innovation.  “We welcome recent announcements from the Government on futu ...

Energy UK responds to Brexit White Paper

...  energy market and the EU ETS – and the continuation of the Single Energy Market between Northern Ireland and Ireland. The opacity around policy has already been having a direct impact on the energy sector ...

Don’t mess up our energy system

... to leave the EU ETS would create a big policy gap that other options, such as a carbon tax, would not fill as cost-efficiently and broadly as the trading scheme. A carbon tax would likely be strongly lobbied ...

The EMR success story can go further in next chapter

... they remain fit for purpose. By drastically reducing costs and incentivising billions of pounds of investments, the EMR policy has driven growth and established the UK as an international leader ...

Kick-Starting the Decarbonisation of Heat

Heating our homes and businesses impacts on productivity, affects our health and, when done right, results in better quality of life and higher levels of comfort. Recent years have shown a greater policy ...

Energy UK looks to put the heat on

... Growth Strategy, the Government said doing so is its most difficult policy challenge among its decarbonisation efforts.  Energy UK's Kick-starting the decarbonisation of heat report - which is launche ...

Impact of Brexit on the UK’s energy security

... and there are signs that some investors may be waiting to see what happens before they make a commitment. The biggest potential issue in terms of domestic energy policy is nuclear generation. Around 21% ...

Equality and Diversity Forum

... embedding differing approaches to progressing equality and diversity policy across the spectrum we hope to rectify this Membership of the group is open to all organisations and companies operating ...

Rules of engagement: reforming customer comms rules

... allows for clear and innovative communication with customers. Natan Doron is the Head of Operational Policy in the Energy UK Retail Team and was one of the authors of ‘Rules of engagement: Putting ...

Our Annual Report

... where we saw the first coal -free day in the UK for 135 years and prices for offshore wind as low as £57.50/MWh showing how costs can be driven down when there is long-term policy vision allowing competition ...

Energy and Mental Health

... team to take their work even further. Simon Crine from the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute praised what he called the ‘intensely practical’ nature of the report’s recommendations and urged ...

Energy UK respond to renewables power record

... shows that energy companies are embracing the opportunity to deliver the affordable, secure and clean energy that consumers demand.  We now need a stable policy framework that continues to encourage investment ...

Energy UK’s position on energy efficiency

... to the UK’s drive to meet carbon reduction targets and tackle fuel poverty, and must be absolutely central to national energy policy. But market-based measures, rather than more binding obligations, should ...

Energy UK comments on Conservative manifesto

... designed in partnership with industry and consumer groups to protect consumers.   "The planned review of energy costs must be done in the fastest possible way to provide policy clarity to the investment ...

Energy UK comments on EY RECAI index

... is needed to ensure security of supply whilst decarbonising securely and at the least cost to consumers. Providing a stable, long term policy framework by publishing the Clean Growth Plan and allowing ...

Scottish Energy Strategy to receive a full airing

... almost complete decarbonisation of the energy system, and was published just days after the Scottish Government’s draft Climate Change Strategy. Three policy statements on onshore wind; local heat and ...

Energy UK comments on the Industrial Strategy consultation

... and living standards, and ensure the transition to the future energy system benefits both consumers and business. “Long term policy stability is essential to delivering the £140bn of required investment ...

Job vacancies

...  Current vacancies Policy Manager, Retail We are looking for a new Policy Manager to join our Retail Policy Team to work across policy and regulatory issues facing energy suppliers in the ...

Article 50 – the Brexit clock starts ticking

... policy, e.g. whether the UK remains a participant in the EU Emissions Trading System; and finally arrangements to handle the cross-border trade and transportation of nuclear materials, given that the UK ...

Energy UK comments on triggering of Article 50

... Brexit negotiation, Energy UK has identified the following key priorities: Minimise domestic policy uncertainty in order to encourage continued investment; Facilitate efficient trading of power ...

Energy UK comments on government announcement on CfD

... and internationally competitive to energy intensive industries.   “However, it must be acknowledged that this reflects an additional policy cost on consumer bills, and those businesses that are not ...

Energy UK comment on policy costs ...

... and are set to increase in the coming years. How suppliers deal with rising costs is an issue for the individual company and their pricing strategy." Background Breakdown of policy costs for ...

Energy UK statement on Theresa May's Brexit speech

... to editors:    In order to deliver the best outcome for UK energy customers from any Brexit negotiation, Energy UK has identified the following key priorities: minimising domestic policy ...

Capacity Market auction and the future energy mix

... mix at the lowest cost possible.  The changes underway in the market, the introduction of disruptive technologies and policy changes have meant the Capacity Market has matured in a previously unexpected ...

What does the future of energy look like?

... plenty of new ideas but, as is often the case, it all comes down to a question of money. Policy and regulation have a critical role to play. “There will always be new and shiny things” said Jo, but the ...

Energy UK responds to Sun allegations

Energy UK commissioned PwC to use publicly available data in providing a guide on how different elements such as wholesale, network, policy and operational costs make up an average energy bill.    ...

Making climate data accessible for the energy industry

... impact of the changing climate on that transition is often less well understood.  As suppliers seek to integrate intermittent generation into their business models, and policymakers and investors ...

Smart energy - Opportunities for customers

... for policy makers is to keep pace with the speed at which this market is developing – creating a policy and regulatory framework that has customers at its heart, delivers much needed infrastructure investment ...

Finance in an uncertain world

... confidence has been shaken in recent times due to a combination of uncertain government policy and indecision. Upon coming to power, government sought to control low carbon policy costs under the Levy ...

Government needs to back Electricity Market Reform

... growing and the increasingly innovative nature of technology being used the need for transparency, policy stability and a clear route-to-market hasn’t been greater.  However, there is a cost associated ...

Maintaining confidence in uncertain times

As the options for the UK’s enduring relationship with the European Union are considered there will be a period of policy uncertainty and investor caution. This applies to many industries, not just electricity ...

Remembering Martin Alder

... perceptive. But, it was for his dedication to renewable energy and policy for the industry that he will be remembered. Martin eventually formed his own business to develop projects, but, I first ...

Energy UK comments on NAO's review of LCF

... bills. The National Audit Office sets out many important recommendations for government to develop a sufficiently transparent, stable and predictable policy framework that would lower the cost of investment.  ...

Energy bill breakdown

... an energy bill. Component costs There are five essential components which contribute to a consumer’s energy bill: wholesale costs, network costs, policy costs, operating costs and VAT. These costs ...
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