Commenting on the Energy Efficiency Investment Group’s (EEIG) Better Buildings Investment Plan, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
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On the day that restrictions are relaxed across England, and with the rest of the UK easing their own COVID-19 policies, the UK’s energy industry remains cautious of ongoing risks and is committed to minimising them throughout the pandemic.
Responding to the publication of the Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan and Energy Digitalisation Strategy, Energy UK’s chief executive Emma Pinchbeck said:
Energy UK has published its third Climate Change Adaptation Report, detailing measures electricity generators have put in place to keep power plants - and other generating technologies - operating in the face of increasingly volatile weather and to mitigate other risks resulting from a changing climate.
Responding to today’s report from the Green Jobs Taskforce, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
Responding to the publication of Government’s transport decarbonisation plan, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
Responding to the Government’s decision to bring forward the phase out date for coal generation to October 2024, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
Energy UK’s new report ‘Road to 2030: Delivering on the commitment to decarbonised transport’, published today, sets out recommendations on how the Government can help deliver on its ambitious targets for phasing out petrol and diesel vehicles.
Commenting on the Climate Change Committee Progress Report Energy UK’s Chief Executive, Emma Pinchbeck, said:
The Vulnerability Commitment came into effect at the start of 2021 with signatories committing to improving the standard and consistency of support they provide to vulnerable households.