7 questions for the board – Stephanie Anderson

Published: May 28, 2020

Stephanie Anderson is our newest non-executive director who joined the board this year. Stephanie explains her place in the energy sector and her vision for ElectraLink. What led you to a life in the energy sector? My aspiration was always to enter an industry with limitless opportunities. I can certainly say that this is indeed the case within the energy sector.

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Mapping the peaks of energy supplier switching

Published: March 25, 2020

Words by Paul Linnane, Head of EMI We expect the change in patterns of social activity arising from urgent government measures to curb the COVID-19 pandemic will create unusual circumstances in the energy sector. How the pandemic will impact customer behaviour and industry action has already been demonstrated in Octopus Energy’s announcement that domestic energy consumption has increased since many people in the UK started working from home.

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Bring on 2020 by ElectraLink Chief Executive, Stuart Lacey

Published: February 10, 2020

  Last year was a big year for ElectraLink as we navigated a busy 12 months for the rapidly changing UK energy market. The year ahead is shaping up to be no different as we prepare for the completion of some projects and the beginnings of others which will bring real, tangible benefits to our customers.

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ElectraLink helps Wrap Up London get sorted

Published: December 19, 2019

Members of ElectraLink’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) team recently assisted the Wrap Up London campaign which collects and distributes warm winter coats to vulnerable Londoners who need them most. Kish, Stephanie, Austin and Joanna helped campaign organiser Hands On London sort coats from the thousands of donations into categories so that the coats could be distributed through a network of charities, community groups and non-profit organisations.

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Reducing energy theft is an urgent priority for the energy industry

Published: December 13, 2019

Words by Michelle Simpson, Head of Services (Governance Services) It is estimated that energy theft is costing the UK in the region of £500 million per year, which makes its way onto consumer bills at approximately £20 per household. If an energy supplier identifies that a meter is tampered, they must attempt to gain access to the property and make safe, and then comes all the accounting issues.

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