- Energy efficiency needs to become a national priority for policy makers and funded through general taxation
- Long-term vision and a predictable policy environment are necessary to secure investment
- Heat, transport and the power sector should all work together and policies need to be coordinated accordingly
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The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has announced funding for energy projects to help develop clean and efficient heating systems. Energy UK has issued a statement following the release.
Following the triggering today of Article 50 by the Prime Minister, Energy UK issued the following comment:
In response to the Government's announcement to exempt energy intensive industries from the costs of the Contracts for Difference scheme, Energy UK made the following comment:
Following Theresa May's comments at the Conservative Spring Conference, Energy UK has issued a statement.
Competition working for more and more customers as figures up a fifth on January. The latest switching data, published by Energy UK today, reveals 419,599 customers switched electricity supplier in February, the highest number in this month for the past three years and an increase of 21% on last month.
Following the proposal by Ofgem for lower payments to embedded generators, Energy UK made the following statement.
Following Ofgem publishing the latest complaints results where complaints have fallen to the lowest level in three years, Energy UK has commented on the new data.
Energy UK has responded to the latest Ofgem switching statistics release. Commenting on record high levels of consumer switching, Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK, said: