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09 Jul 2020
David Smith, Chief Executive of Energy Networks Association responds to Ofgem’s proposed settlements for the RIIO-2 price control period.
08 Jul 2020
In his speech to the Chamber today, the Chancellor of the Exchequer set-out his “Plan For Jobs” with a goal of protecting and creating jobs across the country
The EU has published its hydrogen strategy for a climate-neutral Europe.
07 Jul 2020
The Chancellor is making a statement in the House of Commons tomorrow in which he is expected to outline his plans to support the economy.
02 Jul 2020
Britain’s energy networks are planning and building a future power grid that leaves nobody behind, letting homes, businesses, and communities make the most of their electric vehicles, batteries and solar panels to power us forward to Net Zero.
30 Jun 2020
In his speech this morning at the Dudley College of Technology, the Prime Minister has committed to building back better and building back greener to support the UK economy as the country eases out of lockdown.
29 Jun 2020
The Prime Minister is expected to make a keynote speech in the West Midlands tomorrow (Tuesday) in which he will set out the government’s plans to support the UK economy as the country comes out of lockdown.
26 Jun 2020
This blog was written by ENA's Head of Innovation and Development, Randolph Brazier, for Community Energy Fortnight.
25 Jun 2020
The Committee on Climate Change has published its latest progress report that provides advice to the Government on delivering an economic recovery that accelerates the transition to a cleaner, net-zero emissions economy.
16 Jun 2020
The government has announced the introduction of green number plates plus a multi-million pound investment for electric vehicle research in the UK.
08 Jun 2020
As lockdown eases and construction work begins again, Britain’s energy network companies are urging construction workers returning to work to stay safe by making sure that they are aware of any potential underground cables or gas pipes before they carry out any work that involves breaking ground.
05 Jun 2020
Cleaner hydrogen energy systems to heat homes across the UK would be supported by the public according to new research by Leeds Beckett University - but steps need to be taken to ensure customers aren’t left behind in green energy discussions.