Commenting on proposed smart metering modifications in relation to the role of networks, Energy UK's Chief Executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
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The latest switching figures from Energy UK, published today, show that nearly half a million (471,441) customers switched supplier last month.
Commenting on today's announcement from Hitachi that they will end business operations of UK nuclear power station construction projects, Energy UK's Chief Executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
As governments across the UK and Ireland manage regional lockdowns, ease restrictions with more people returning to the workplace, and consider the possibility of a resurgence of COVID-19, Energy Networks Association and Energy UK members have reaffirmed their commitments to protect those most in need, keep colleagues and customers safe and their energy flowing.
Responding to the findings of the Climate Assembly, Energy UK’s Deputy Chief Executive and advisor to the Assembly, Audrey Gallacher said:
Responding to the Scottish Government’s 2020-2021 Programme for Government, Energy UK’s Chief Executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
Commenting on the Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS): business models consultation outcome published by BEIS today, Energy UK's Chief Executive, Emma Pinchbeck, said:
Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures show that the number of customers switching supplier is continuing to recover after falls during the early months of the pandemic.
Responding to Ofgem’s latest price cap announcement, Energy UK’s Chief Executive, Emma Pinchbeck, said:
Responding to the announcement of further details on the Government’s Green Home Grants scheme, Energy UK’s chief executive Emma Pinchbeck said:
Responding to the Prime Minister’s announcement, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said: