Energy Policy, Security and Costs
The British Ceramic Confederation campaigns for secure industrial energy supplies (gas and electricity) at internationally competitive prices – and a fair transition to a low carbon economy. All energy-intensive industries, such as ceramics, are vulnerable to massive unilateral increases in UK energy and carbon costs. As ceramic companies compete internationally we need a level playing field. We also work across the industry to help our members share good practice to identify, develop and implement economically viable energy efficiency measures and decarbonisation technologies.
This section contains our “Energy Policy, Security and Costs” issues (formerly “Gas availability and price alert”). For further information, please contact Laura Cohen.
Energy Policy, Security and Costs Issue Series
Energy Policy Security and Costs No. 44 - Government Response to Consultation on Renewables Compensation (Members Only)
Energy Policy Security and costs no 41 - Backbench business debate briefing 11 September 2014 (Members Only)
Energy Policy, Security and Costs No. 37 - Ceramic Industry Position on Upcoming EU Climate & Energy Initiatives (Members Only)
Energy Policy, Security and Costs No. 35 - Adjournment Debate : Cumulative Electricity Tax Burden for Energy Intensive Industries (Members Only)
Links, Consultation Responses and Key Documents
- Economic Outlook and Trade
- Energy & Emissions
- Health & Safety and Chemicals Compliance
- Employment and Industrial Relations
- Land, Property & Minerals
- MPs and MEPs Newsletter
- Industry Reference Documents
- Innovation and Funding
- Sustainable Resource Management
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