Energy UK and Energy Networks Association members and the industry trade unions are encouraging people to remain focused, keep colleagues and customers safe, and ensure there is no room for complacency during the relaxation of government’s rules.
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The first annual survey held by industry-wide LGBTQ+ network Pride in Energy has found that 35% of respondents have witnessed or experienced discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation in the last five years. Much of this blatant discrimination was particularly aimed at those with gender diversity.
Energy UK in partnership with Ofgem will host the second Inclusion, Equality and Diversity Conference on 28 and 29 April.
Commenting on the Government's announcement on energy efficiency spending Energy UK's Chief Executive, Emma Pinckbeck, said:
Energy UK and the Scottish energy industry have today published their own manifesto ahead of the Parliamentary elections on Thursday May 6th.
Responding to the Environmental Audit Committee’s report on energy efficiency, Energy UK chief executive Emma Pinchbeck said:
Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures show nearly 460,000 (457,447) customers moved to a new supplier in February.
Energy UK responds to news that GE Renewable Energy building new offshore wind turbine factory in Teesside
Responding to news that GE Renewable Energy is to build a new offshore wind turbine factory in Teesside, Energy UK’s chief executive Emma Pinchbeck said:
Responding to the 2021 Budget, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
Responding to HM Treasury's announcement of a £57 million investment in jobs and green growth in Scotland, Emma Pinchbeck, Energy UK's chief executive said:
Electricity supply, network and generating companies have joined with trade unions (GMB, Prospect, Unison and Unite) and HSE to launch the new five-year phase of the Powering Improvement health and safety programme.