Responding to the Government's announcement that the UK is to set a legally binding target for net-zero emissions by 2050, Lawrence Slade, chief executive of Energy UK, said:
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Energy UK responds to the Government’s decision to carry over overachievement in the second Carbon Budget to the third Carbon Budget
Responding to the Government’s decision – announced today – that it will be carrying over some of its overachievement in the second Carbon Budget to the third Carbon Budget, Energy UK’s chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Responding to the end of the first 'coal-free' fortnight record, Energy UK's chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Energy UK comments on the final report from the Commission for Customers in Vulnerable Circumstances
Commenting on the final report published by the Commission for Customers in Vulnerable Circumstances today, Energy UK's chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
An independent report published today says urgent action is required by all energy companies, regulators and government as well as price comparison websites (PCWs) - with support from consumer groups and charities – to better identify customers in vulnerable circumstances and improve the help and support given to them.
Commenting on the Broadway Initiative's Assurances for an Environment Bill, which we contributed to and was launched by the IEMA today, Energy UK’s chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures, published today, reveal that over 660,000 (668,371) customers moved to a new supplier last month, up by 34% on April 2018 and the highest number ever recorded.
Responding to the Labour Party news release announcing radical plans to install solar panels on two million homes and take the national grid into public ownership, Energy UK's chief executive, Lawrence Slade said:
Responding to the Daily Telegraph's article today on Labour's energy policy paper on renationalisation, Energy UK's chief executive Lawrence Slade said:
The latest results of Energy UK’s Safety Net Audit, show that all of the participating suppliers achieved the highest standard possible - and for the second year running.
Responding to today’s Committee on Climate Change ‘net-zero’ report, Lawrence Slade, Energy UK’s chief executive, said: