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RSVP - Energy UK Parliamentary Reception 24 February - accept

Thank you for registering to attend the Energy UK Parliamentary Reception. We are delighted that you're able to join us for the event and look forward to seeing you there.

Event details and RSVP

  • Tuesday 24 February 2015, 19.00 - 21.00
  • Speeches 20.00
  • Terrace Pavillion, House of Commons

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  • Entrance via Cromwell Green
  • Please allow 30-45 mins. to clear security
  • Dress code: business dress
  • Drinks and canapes will be served.
The event is kindly sponsored by CGI.

Admittance by invitation only. Guests should bring personal photo identification.

Energy UK events

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RSVP - Back Billing clinic - accept

Thank you for registering to attend the Back Billing clinic. We are delighted that you're able to join us for the event and look forward to seeing you there.

Together with the Ombudsman, Energy UK is holding a back billing clinic. The aim of the clinic is to discuss the principles of back billing and educate suppliers to ensure a consistent approach is taken. Energy UK and the Ombudsman will provide an introductory presentation to back billing and the process and steps it takes in dealing with such cases.

There will be an opportunity for participants to discuss live examples of back billing cases including unusual scenarios with the Ombudsman and Energy UK during informal breakout sessions, therefore participants are asked to bring along their examples to the event.

Timings                     

13:00     Energy UK welcome and introduction to back billing       
13:15     Ombudsman perspective on back billing
13:30     Breakout sessions with Ombudsman and Energy UK
14:15     Group findings  
14:45     Q+A session
15:00     Finish

Details

  • Tuesday 24 February 2015, 13:00 - 15:00hrs
  • Energy UK Offices, Lower Ground Floor, Charles House, 5-11 Regent Street, London SW1Y 4LR

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Energy UK events

We offer a range of events for members and stakeholders.  Below is an overview of the variety of events we hold across the year.

Registration

You can register for our events as soon as they open using our registration form.

 

RSVP - CO Be Alarmed Parliamentary Drop in 27 January - decline

We are sorry that you are unable to join us for our drop-in for the Carbon Monoxide – Be Alarmed drop-in.  

Below is some further information about the campaign and a toolkit of resources for helping promote the campaign among your constituents is available on the CO Be Alarmed website.

Carbon Monoxide – Be Alarmed! is the national campaign to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by carbon monoxide. Since 2008, the campaign has encouraged people to install carbon monoxide alarms in their homes.

The campaign is run by Energy UK on behalf of British Gas, EDF Energy, E.ON, npower, ScottishPower and SSE, in partnership with the Dominic Rodgers Trust. It is supported by a wide range of charities and other organisations.

The six main symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Breathlessness
  • Collapse
  • Loss of consciousness

Carbon monoxide poisoning can affect people’s mental ability before they are aware that there is a problem. Any effort that increases the body’s need for oxygen only makes the problem worse, rapidly leading to collapse and potentially death. Find out more about the symptoms at our know the signs page at www.co-bealarmed.co.uk.

Too many people in the UK die needlessly or become seriously ill because of carbon monoxide poisoning. According to the Department of Health, 50 people die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning and another 4,000 are treated in hospital. However, the true number is likely to be much higher as the early symptoms can easily be mistaken for flu or tiredness.

The effects of carbon monoxide poisoning can be devastating, yet it is easily preventable. The easiest way to protect yourself and your family is by getting an alarm that makes a loud noise when the gas is present.

Research carried out for this campaign has found that almost two thirds of people in Great Britain are putting themselves at risk because they don’t have a carbon monoxide alarm.

 

RSVP - CO Be Alarmed Parliamentary Drop in - accept

Thank you for registering

We are delighted that you are able to join us on 27 January, 16.00 – 18.00 for our drop-in launch of the CO – Be Alarmed campaign. Please find information for the event below. If you have any queries, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The session will provide an opportunity to discuss carbon monoxide issues with experts in the field and those who have been affected by CO.  There will also be a photo opportunity at the event and a toolkit of resources available to promote the campaign to your constituents via local media.

About the Carbon Monoxide - Be Alarmed campaign

Carbon Monoxide – Be Alarmed! is the national campaign to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by carbon monoxide. Since 2008, the campaign has encouraged people to install carbon monoxide alarms in their homes.

The campaign is run by Energy UK on behalf of British Gas, EDF Energy, E.ON, npower, ScottishPower and SSE, in partnership with the Dominic Rodgers Trust. It is supported by a wide range of charities and other organisations.

The six main symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Breathlessness
  • Collapse
  • Loss of consciousness

Carbon monoxide poisoning can affect people’s mental ability before they are aware that there is a problem. Any effort that increases the body’s need for oxygen only makes the problem worse, rapidly leading to collapse and potentially death. Find out more about the symptoms at our know the signs page.

Too many people in the UK die needlessly or become seriously ill because of carbon monoxide poisoning. According to the Department of Health, 50 people die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning and another 4,000 are treated in hospital. However, the true number is likely to be much higher as the early symptoms can easily be mistaken for flu or tiredness.

The effects of carbon monoxide poisoning can be devastating, yet it is easily preventable. The easiest way to protect yourself and your family is by getting an alarm that makes a loud noise when the gas is present.

Research carried out for this campaign has found that almost two thirds of people in Great Britain are putting themselves at risk because they don’t have a carbon monoxide alarm.

For more information visit www.co-bealarmed.co.uk.

Details

  • 27 January, 16.00 – 18.00
  • House of Commons Thames Pavilion

Speakers

  • Sir Robert Smith MP

 

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