The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial strategy has announced its commitment to spend £730m of annual support on renewable electricity projects over the current parliament and has set details for the next Contracts for Difference auction. As a result Energy UK has issued a statement.
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The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial strategy has commenced a consultation seeking views on coal power generation ending by 2025. Following this, Energy UK has commented on the announcement.
Following the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg Clark MP's, announcement 'on the call for evidence for a smarter, more efficient energy system', at the Energy UK Annual Conference, Energy UK issued the below statement.
A three year record high for switching has seen 577,810 customers switch supplier last month, according to Energy UK’s recent switching data. That is 53 percent more than in September 2016.
Which? has today announced the start of its ‘Fair Energy Prices’ campaign where it plans to challenge industry to publish plans by 31 January 2017 detailing how they will engage standard tariff customers and take immediate action this winter to deliver against this plan. Energy UK has issued the following statement to the release.
Energy UK has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer ahead of the Autumn Statement calling for a clear commitment to its long term vision for the UK’s energy system. Energy UK has issues the following statement.
Following uSwitch's research on consumers heading into winter in debt to their energy suppliers. Energy UK has issued the following statement.
Ofgem has announced changes to the Priority Services Register which will see more customers in vulnerable situations get extra help. Energy UK has commented on the changes.
Following National Audit Office's (NAO) report on the Levy Control Framework (LCF), Energy UK has issued the following statement.
Following a roundtable discussion with the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) and energy leaders, Energy UK and DExEU issued the following joint statement.
UK’s electricity system has undergone significant changes over the past 20 years. The system was built on the premise that large power stations were connected to the transmission network and customers were connected to the distribution networks.