Commenting on the Committee on Climate Change’s Progress Report 2020, Energy UK's interim CEO Audrey Gallacher said:
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Respnding to the interim briefing from the assembly "Covid-19, recovery and the path to net zero", Energy UK's interim CEO, Audrey Gallacher said:
A new report published today highlights the central role the energy sector can play in powering the post-COVID-19 economic recovery.
Latest electricity switching figures from Energy UK – published today – show that over 410,000 customers switched supplier in May – down by 15% on May last year.
In response to the Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Group's report on energy efficiency's offer of a net zero-compatible stimulus and recovery -published today- Energy UK's interim chief executive, Audrey Gallacher said:
Energy UK comments on The Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership 2020-2025 Workforce Renewal & Skills Strategy
The Energy & Utilities Skills Partnership has today launched the 2020-2025 Workforce Renewal & Skills Strategy. This collaboration outlines how the sector will tackle the skills shortage and fill 277,000 vacancies.
The British and Irish Chamber of Commerce, the European Federation of Energy Traders, the Electricity Association of Ireland, Energy UK, Eurelectric and WindEurope welcome the publication of the EU and the UK’s respective legal texts on the future EU-UK relationship, which represent a positive first step to achieve a successful deal on energy.
In response to the Government's proposal for a new UK Emissions Trading System, Energy UK's interim chief executive, Audrey Gallacher said:
Energy UK comments on news of renewables surpassing fossil fuels in electricity generation for the first time in Q1 2020
In response to news of renewables surpassing fossil fuels in electricity generation for the first time in Q1 2020, Energy UK’s interim chief executive, Audrey Gallacher said:
Energy UK has today published a new paper on energy and the economic recovery, urging the Government to harness the potential of clean energy to deliver benefits for jobs, the economy and the environment.
Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures – published today – reveal that nearly half a million customers (472,538) moved to a new supplier in April. This is a 29% decrease compared to April 2019 when a record breaking number of customers switched supplier (668,371).