Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures show that six million customers (5,953,520) switched supplier in 2020.
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In response to the announcement of a Brexit deal, Emma Pinchbeck, Energy UK's chief executive said:
In response to the EAC's comments on challenges to rolling out heat pumps, Charles Wood, Energy UK’s head of new energy services and heat said:
In response to the Scottish Government's updated Climate Change Plan, Emma Pinchbeck, Energy UK's chief executive said:
Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures show that 490,460 customers moved to a new supplier last month, just 2.5% fewer than in November 2019.
Commenting on the introduction of a UK Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), as featured in today’s Energy White Paper, an Energy UK spokesperson said:
Responding to today’s Energy White Paper, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
Responding to the Climate Change Committee’s Advice on the Sixth Carbon Budget, Energy UK’s chief executive, Emma Pinchbeck said:
Energy UK, in partnership with Ofgem and Citizens Advice, today launches the ‘Diversity in Energy Speakers Directory’ which seeks to increase the representation of talent within the energy sector from BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) backgrounds.
Energy UK today launches its Vulnerability Commitment - under which suppliers serving nearly three quarters of the domestic market have pledged to improve the support they provide to vulnerable households.
Ahead of today’s launch of the “ReCosting Energy” report by Laura Sandys and Challenging Ideas, Sam Hollister, Director of Economics and Corporate Services at Energy UK, said: