Ofgem response to the Prime Minister’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution
The Prime Minister yesterday announced the government’s ten point plan for a green industrial revolution.
Jonathan Brearley, chief executive of Ofgem, yesterday said:
“Ofgem welcomes the Prime Minister’s ten point plan for a green industrial revolution and will continue to work closely with government, the industry and wider stakeholders to play our part in its delivery. In particular, we will work to put in place the market arrangements and network regulation that support these plans and the wider transition to net zero at the lowest cost to consumers.”
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