Responding to the T4 Capacity Market auction results, Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK said:
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Energy UK has responded to the Ofgem announcement on PPM cap increase with Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK, said:
"It is right that there is support for the most vulnerable who may be less able to benefit from what is a highly competitive market, and energy companies are also taking steps to do more to protect their customers in vulnerable circumstances.
Energy UK sets out its position on the key issues central to Brexit negotiations
The latest results of the Safety Net Audit carried out by PwC, show all of the participating suppliers achieved the highest standard possible.
Following the publication of the House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee's report on Brexit: energy security, looking at implications for energy supply, consumer costs and decarbonisation, Energy UK issued the following statement.
Responding to the publication of the Government’s 25 year Environment Plan, Energy UK’s chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
A record 5.5 million customers switched electricity supplier in 2017, according to the latest Energy UK figures.
Following the Government's response today to their consulation on coal closure, Energy UK has issued the below statement.
In response to the publication of the Scottish Government's energy strategy, Energy UK issued the below statement.
In response to Ofgem's publication of the suppliers standard variable tariff league table, Energy UK issued the comment below.
Over five million customers have now switched electricity supplier in 2017 topping last year’s figure. The latest figures from Energy UK come as another three major suppliers sign up to the Energy Switch Guarantee (ESG) – which now covers over 90% of the market.