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Brexit Webinars ...

... energy and carbon pricing. No-deal Brexit Forum If you have any questions for our experts following any of our webinars, you can post these in our Forum. Webinar delegates will be sent a one ...

Energy UK comments on Brexit delay  ...

... nty for our sector over a possible no-deal Brexit - which will have significant and negative consequences for the energy industry and could impact customers’ bills.”  ...

Brexit and European Affairs ...

The UK got a six-month extension to Brexit to 31 October 2019. Energy UK carries on its engagement and its preparation for a no deal exit and for the negotiations on the future relationship with the EU. ...

Blogs

Read our blogs on smart meters, decarbonisation of heat, Brexit and more.  ...

Meet the team

... carbon transport and retail issues.   Maria Kokkinaki, Senior Press Officer Brexit, campaigns, consumer engagement and equality, diversity and inclusion        ...

Energy UK comments on budget submission

... can further help customers by taking the opportunity of Brexit to remove VAT from energy bills and energy efficiency measures - and by tackling the inequality of social and environmental programme costs ...

Energy UK comments on latest EU carbon price

...  are continuing to restore confidence in the world’s largest emission trading scheme (EU ETS).    “It is crucial that, post-Brexit, the UK remains in or closely linked to the EU ETS and we reiterat ...

Energy UK responds to Brexit White Paper ...

Commenting on the publication of the Government's Brexit White Paper, Lawrence Slade, Chief Executive of Energy UK said: “It’s encouraging that the White Paper again makes it clear that the Governmen ...

Don’t mess up our energy system

With only nine months until March 2019, the Brexit process seems to be timed from one European Council to another. Little new information has emerged from this June Council, however, on what the future ...

YEP Awards 2018 just around the corner

... system will look like – creating a vision of the type of industry we will see post-Brexit, post Smart Meter roll out in a world where technology and energy collide.    With the first physical trade ...

Impact of Brexit on the UK’s energy security ...

I chair the House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee. We recently conducted an inquiry into the potential impact of Brexit on the UK’s energy security, to which Energy UK and others gave ...

Energy UK announces Lord Hutton as new chair

... heart of a well-functioning retail market, that Britain delivers an industrial strategy based on a low carbon economy, and that we get the best deal for all energy customers from the Brexit negotiations. ...

Energy and Mental Health

... as well as her insight into trends such as rising consumer debt and the uncertainty of Brexit which have led to increased demand for the National Debtline. Mette Isaksen highlighted that poor wage growth ...

What now, as the Rough gas storage facility closes?

... to mind: Tariff free trade with the EU just increased in importance – perhaps energy will get a higher profile in Brexit discussions   Ensuring GB remains an attractive destination for imports ...

Scottish Energy Strategy to receive a full airing

... at the effects of Brexit on the renewable and low carbon energy sectors (Sir Ed Davey, former Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change; Founder and Director, Energy Destinations, will also take part ...

Article 50 – the Brexit clock starts ticking ...

An important milestone was reached on 29 March when the UK Government formally notified the European Council of its intention to leave the European Union under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. Article ...

Energy UK comments on triggering of Article 50

... a relationship with the European Union that allows the efficient flow of electricity and gas across borders, and benefits UK energy customers. “A positive outcome to the Brexit negotiations, supported ...

Energy UK statement on Theresa May's Brexit speech ...

Following Theresa May's speech on Brexit, which highlighted the key objectives for the negotiation process and the plan from the Government, Energy UK has issued the following statement.    Lawrence ...

Clean energy for Europe

... States in the Council and with the European Parliament. This is likely to take around two years, so the Package could well be finalised around the time that Brexit takes effect.   ...

Finance in an uncertain world

... investment but will take some time to attract the long term low risk finance required so long as revenue streams remain uncertain. To further complicate the investment picture, Brexit has muddied the ...

Progress in our energy mix

... station. Also on the panel is Trevor Hutchings from WWF who is sure to have an interesting opinion as the non-generator on the panel.  While it is inevitable Brexit will be discussed at some point ...

Energy UK feeds into EU exit talks

... the challenges and seize the new opportunities that arise from Brexit, meet our carbon targets and deliver an energy market that works for all. “This will be an important part of Britain's negotiation ...

New energy beginnings

... speculation and debate about the consequences of Brexit was widespread, and many questioned the future of DECC, few predicted what eventually emerged for our industry during the cabinet reshuffle. The ...

Our team

... director of Eurelectric, a pan European trade association for the electricity industry, he also chairs their Brexit Committee and is a member of their Finance Committee.  He is also a Fellow of the Energy ...
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