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With the unveiling of the consultation papers on its hydrogen strategy, the government must now work with industry to realise its blueprint for reaching net zero, according to PA Consulting's Gus Hochschild. The energy expert sets out the pathway for the hydrogen economy.
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Stephen Rouatt, Signify chief executive for the UK and Ireland, discusses some of the policy changes needed to put Britain’s businesses on the road to net zero emissions and how energy-efficient lighting can contribute to the effort.   
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Following Ofgem's announcement it was to raise the price cap to its highest level yet, Utility Week looks into how the regulator went about trying to control the narrative. Such a significant increase heading into winter, especially considering the impact of the pandemic, was always bound to lead to heavy criticism. Yet a lengthy blog penned by the regulator's chief executive in the week leading up to the announcement may well have softened the blow.
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Maxine Frerk, director at Grid Edge Policy and a former Ofgem partner, gives her take on the draft RIIO ED2 business plans published by electricity distribution networks last month.
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What are the tenets of scaling innovative approaches into business-as-usual operations? CGI’s Rich Hampshire gives his top three tips.
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After Ofgem hiked the price cap on energy bills in response to rising wholesale gas costs, SSE’s director of corporate affairs, Sam Peacock, argues that the best protection against volatile global commodity markets is more domestic renewable generation.
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In the first of a series of articles exploring company culture, the EIC’s Alan Mullett discusses the importance of leadership in embedding effective and enduring cultural change.
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Utilities are increasingly looking to digital twins as a way of tackling many of the customer, net zero, regulatory and operational challenges they face. What lessons can be learnt from sectors that are already using this technology?
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Energy suppliers representing 90 per cent of domestic customers have signed up to fresh commitments to support those worried about paying bills this winter. Energy UK deputy chief executive Audrey Gallacher looks at what else the sector is doing to help struggling billpayers.
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