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Responding to the Climate Change Committee's 2022 Progress Report to Parliament, Energy UK's Director of Advocacy, Dhara Vyas said:
Responding to the National Audit Office’s (NAO) report on the energy supplier market, Energy UK's Director of Advocacy, Dhara Vyas said:
May’s electricity switching figures, published today by Energy UK, show a small fall compared to the previous month - with numbers also remaining low compared to the same time last year.
Responding to Ofgem’s announcement on new financial measures for energy suppliers, Dan Alchin, Director of Regulation at Energy UK said:
Responding to the Government's annoucement to end the Plug-In Car Grant, Energy UK's Deputy Director of Policy, Charles Wood said:
In a document published today, Energy UK warns of the impact a windfall tax could have on the UK’s long-term energy plans by increasing costs to customers and risking delivery of the Government’s own Energy Security Strategy.
Responding to the Chancellor’s announcement of an enhanced customer support package, Energy UK’s Director of Advocacy, Dhara Vyas, said:
April’s electricity switching figures, published today by Energy UK, show a small rise compared to the previous month – although numbers remain low compared to the same time last year.
Responding to the announcement of a forthcoming Energy Security Bill in the Queen’s Speech, Energy UK’s Director of Advocacy, Dhara Vyas, said:
Ahead of the Queen’s Speech next Tuesday (May 10th), Energy UK is calling for the inclusion of an Energy Bill to drive forward the creation of a modern, flexible, low carbon energy system which can deliver value for customers and play a crucial role in enabling the UK to meet its climate change targets.