Companies, groups and charities operating in the energy and environmental space gave Current± their reactions to the Budget.
The UK government has announced plans to increase spending on its Energy Company Obligation (ECO) to £1 billion per year from 2022-2026 with the aim of increasing energy efficiency for low income and vulnerable households.
As the domestic demand side response (DSR) sector grows, it will be essential that consumers are protected.
The energy industry has its say on the government's energy white paper, which was released yesterday and details its decarbonisation plans.
The CCC's landmark report has been broadly welcomed by the energy sector, who told Current± they commended the ambition but more concrete guidance is still needed for the sector.
Companies, groups and charities operating in the energy and environmental space gave Current± their reactions to the long awaited ‘milestone’ of a plan.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has proposed changes to the Smart Energy Code that would allow network companies to switch off technologies like domestic electric vehicle (EV) chargers in the event of an emergency.
Business rates relief for clean energy technologies should be implemented as it could add over £125 billion to economy and support a green recovery.
Emma Pinchbeck has today (6 July) taken up her new role of CEO of Energy UK.