The ELCC20 Webinar Day was a roaring success, thanks to all of you

More than 850 people from all around the world tuned in to engage with our stream of energy industry experts

ELCC20 is online – take a look at what’s on…

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced us to postpone the event taking place in Manchester but we are hosting a series of webinars today to supply you with some of the great content on offer

Coronavirus delays smart meter rollout as installations suspended

Energy UK has announced the Coronavirus pandemic has prompted its members to halt ‘all non-essential field-based activities’

Which? tells energy customers affected by Covid-19 to talk to their supplier

The company responded to the UK Government’s emergency measures saying ‘energy customers will breathe a sigh of relief that these will protect them from steep bills and losing their energy supply’

Japan’s power demand ‘hit by coronavirus outbreak’

The head of a Japanese utilities federation says the pandemic has already led to socio-economic slowdown

‘Billions of dollars at risk’ as climate change looms over meat industry

A new report suggests the ‘food industry is burying its head in the sand’ on the climate issue

Budget 2020: Industry responds

The energy sector has responded to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s Budget announcement – but what did it think?

Reminder note to switch
Nearly 450,000 customers switched energy supplier in January

That’s according to Energy UK’s latest electricity switching figures, which reveal this is up 17% compared with January last year, when 382,665 people made the switch

European industry ‘could see emissions cut by 60%’ through electrification

A new report suggests a mix of ‘direct’ and ‘indirect’ electrification could see greenhouse-gas emissions reduced by 60% before 2050

Buildings ‘should be retrofitted rather than rebuilt’ to decarbonise sector

The Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission says current government tax structures incentivise the unnecessary demolition of buildings