UK Energy Efficiency Trends – June 2016

Energy Efficiency Trends is a quarterly report focused on the UK market, providing insight into non-residential energy efficiency.

This edition examines consumer and supplier activities and trends in the first quarter of 2016. The report also includes a timely special feature on the ‘Brexit’ question. One of the most significant political decisions in a generation will be made on 23 June and, whichever way it goes, it will be sure to impact the energy efficiency sector to some degree.  We were keen to engage in this debate (much like everyone else!) and to ensure that suppliers and consumers in the energy efficiency market have some say on this most emotive of subjects.

Our analysis starts on page 16 – and the results speak for themselves. Looking at views from our sample of consumers and suppliers, the energy efficiency sector is overwhelmingly in favour of ‘remain’; appearing to take the view that the sector’s interests will be best served firmly inside the EU.

You may also notice a slight format change to the report. Now that the research is well established and well-read within the sector, we have streamlined some of the text for a quicker, easier read each quarter. However, we will produce a more detailed annual report once a year with additional commentary that provides a ‘round up’ summary for the year.

We hope that you find the new format helpful…and our Brexit insights debate-stimulating!

For more information, please visit the Trends portal on the EEVS website: http://www.energyefficiencytrends.com/

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