Following the publication of the Safety Net audit results for 2016, Energy UK issued the following statement.
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Summer switching reaches new high for June with over 360,000 customers switching. This is a staggering 58 per
cent increase from June 2014.
Responding to the Scottish Government's announcement that it will miss its fuel poverty target for 2016, Energy UK said:
Following a comprehensive review of Home Heat Helpline, Energy UK and the energy suppliers who fund the service have decided to close the Helpline effective from 1 July 2016.
In response to the government agreeing the fifth carbon budget, Energy UK said:
In response to the EU referendum result, Energy UK said:
“The important message today is people need not worry, the lights will stay on and power and gas will continue to flow to homes and businesses. Energy UK’s members will work to ensure energy remains cost-effective and reliable for customers in the UK.”
In response to the Competition and Markets Authority's final energy market reforms, Energy UK said:
The winners of the Young Energy Professionals Awards 2016 were announced at a ceremony in central London on Thursday night. The Awards are an opportunity to recognise the great work young energy professionals undertake throughout the entire industry.
In response to Which?'s release that claims the gap between average ‘Big Six’ standard tariffs and the cheapest tariff has widened significantly since the CMA started its investigation two years ago, Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK said:
In response to uSwitch's release on customers being overcharged as a result of billing errors, Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK said: