Responding to the government’s statement on the Swansea Tidal Lagoon project, Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK said:
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The Union of the European Electricity Industry, Eurelectric, representing energy sector participants in 32 countries, today published proposals for a future energy and climate partnership between the UK and the EU. Eurelectric’s report clearly demonstrate the ongoing value to both the United Kingdom and to the European Union of a close partnership in the fields of energy and climate policy.
Latest figures, published by Energy UK today, show that half a million customers (493,912) switched electricity supplier last month, a 13 percent increase compared to May 2017.
Energy suppliers continue to provide accurate billing for millions of consumers, according to Billing Code audit results announced today.
Commenting on the Government's announcement to enter in to negotiations with Hitachi in relation to the proposed Wylfa Newydd project, Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK said:
Welcoming the launch of the Mayor of London’s EV infrastructure taskforce, Lawrence Slade, Energy UK’s chief executive said:
Responding to Citizens Advice research on customers with mental health problems, Energy UK’s chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
As the government reviews the Electricity Market Reform (EMR) programme, and its success in delivering low carbon, affordable energy, Energy UK - which represents over 100 suppliers, generators and other participants in the sector - is setting out how EMR can bring even greater benefits for consumers and the UK economy in future.
Responding to Defra's Clean Air Strategy draft publication, Lawrence Slade, Chief Executive of Energy UK said:
Commenting on the Prime Minister's speech on the modern Industrial Strategy, Energy UK's chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Commenting on the EU carbon price, Energy UK's chief executive Lawrence Slade, said: