Influencing energy and environmental policy in a new political landscape

Ecuity briefing document regarding the new government, providing a short analysis of implications.

With electoral upheaval still fresh in many minds and ongoing uncertainty over who governs Britain amidst tense EU exit negotiations, it can be tempting to think that all bets are off when it comes to political influencing. However, nothing could be further from the truth, with critically important decisions required to tackle energy and sustainability policy challenges, this note looks at who will be involved and offers views on how to ensure industry voices are heard.

Read the full briefing here.

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The interplay between Central Government and key departments for energy and environment including their main policy areas; an appreciation of these interactions is crucial to understand and influence policy.

For more information please contact

Ilias Vazaios, Partner ilias.vazaios@ecuity.com

Anna Livesey, Senior Consultant anna.livesey@ecuity.com

Samantha Crichton, Policy and Commercial Analyst samantha.crichton@ecuity.com