What can be to done to reduce our electricity consumption? How can people use less energy but still stay warm? Who should energy companies work with to fight fuel poverty? What more can energy suppliers do to help people engage in the market and reduce their bills?
Will investment in generation and infrastructure impact on energy bills?
These are just a few of many energy related issues we would like to discuss with you at our forthcoming South West England Energy Question Time evening in Bristol.
The panel will consist of representatives from the industry as well as consumers’ representatives and we are keen to exchange knowledge and experiences with you.
?We hope you are interested in joining us as we feel that together we can have a meaningful and constructive debate about the issues that really matter to customers such as using less energy, understanding how we will keep the lights on and getting help to those most in need.
The event will run from 17.30 to 20.00 and will include a drinks reception and an opportunity to network.For more information about the events and to register your attendance please contact: ?
Sofia Gkiousou | Sofia.Gkiousou@energy-uk.org.uk | T: 0207 747 2964
Daisy Cross | Daisy.Cross@energy-uk.org.uk | T: 0207 747 2963
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Energy UK is the trade association for the energy industry. Energy UK has over 70 companies as members that together cover the broad range of energy providers and suppliers and include companies of all sizes working in all forms of gas and electricity supply and energy networks. Energy UK members generate more than 90% of UK electricity, provide light and heat to some 26 million homes and last year invested over £10 billion in the British economy.