Responding to the Committee on Climate Change's ‘UK housing: Fit for the future?’ report - published today - Energy UK's chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
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Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures – published today - reveal that nearly 400,000 (382,665) customers switched in January – up 5 percent on January 2018.
Responding to the commitment made by over 30 of the UK’s biggest energy and utility companies today to increase the diversity of their workforces, Abbie Sampson, Energy UK's director of external affairs, said:
Responding to analysis published today by the Energy & Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) on domestic energy efficiency policies, Energy UK’s chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
Responding to Ofgem’s announcement that it is raising the level of the default price cap by £117 for an average household, Energy UK’s chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
Commenting on the UK greenhouse gas emissions national statistics:1990-2017 published by BEIS today, Energy UK’s chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Responding to the EC’s decision to appeal against last November’s General Court ruling on the UK Capacity Market, Energy UK’s chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Responding to Carbon Brief's latest analysis showing that carbon emissions are down nearly two-fifths since 1990, Lawrence Slade, Energy UK' s chief executive said:
Commenting on the publication of the ONS's Low Carbon and Renewable Energy Survey, Energy UK’s chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Energy UK’s electricity switching figures, published today at the start of Big Energy Saving Week, reveal that 2018 was a record year for switching with over 5.8 million - or one in five - customers making a change. This is a 6 percent increase on 2017’s record figures when 5.5 million customers switched electricity supplier.
Commenting on the announcement that the Wylfa nuclear power project has been suspended, Energy UK’s chief executive, Lawrence Slade said: