In a letter addressed to the Prime Minister, a number of energy trade organizations have suggested that she prioritize the passage of new energy laws in order to ensure that policy is able to keep up with the quickly advancing industry.
The heads of eight different trade organizations have stated that the successful passage of the Energy Bill might be the first win for the new government led by Liz Truss.
They offered to meet with the incoming staff at Number 10 Downing Street in order to bring them up to speed on the priorities of the various trade organisations.
Not only would a total commitment to the Bill be a good indication that your government continues completely dedicated to net zero, but it would also signal that your government demonstrates its commitment to the expanding green energy companies in the UK.
In a letter addressed to the incoming Prime Minister, these individuals stated, “The successful passage of the Energy Bill could be your Government’s first major legislative win.” [Citation needed]
“A recommitment to the Bill would be a good indication that not only net zero, but the UK’s expanding green energy businesses remain a priority for your government,”
To get things started, the chief executive officers of each of our industry associations are more than willing to brief your policy team on our overall aims.
The letter was signed by the CEOs of the Energy Networks Association, David Smith; the Association for Decentralised Energy, Lily Frencham; the Carbon Capture and Storage Correlation, Ruth Herbert; the Energy & Power Alliance, Mike Foster; the Global Network Investor Association, Lawrence Slade; Hydrogen UK, Clare Jackson; the Nuclear Trade Group, Tom Greatrex; and Energy UK’s director of advocacy, Dhara Vyse.
They continued by saying, “While a result, we would be overjoyed to collaborate with you and your colleagues at Number 10 Downing Street as the Bill makes its way through Parliament.”
“As a first step, the CEOs (chief executive officers) of our various different trade bodies would be happy to brief your policy team on our concerted priorities. “