The ENA Blog

Welcome to the new ENA blog.

We want you to engage in these discussions with us so please share your comments and observations on the topics here.

Through this Blog we are looking to share some of the policy areas being debated and encourage you to be part of the discussions.

By representing both the electricity and gas networks we are withough prejudice to the type of energy. Our members serve one purpose - to keep our lights on, our homes warm and delivering this vital service to the businesses and industries of our economies in the most safe, reliable and affordable way.

Please check back here regularly for updates, tweet about it - you can follow and reference us as @EnergyNetworks - and most importantly, engage in the debate.

If you have any suggestions or wish to start a discussion of your own here then please email [email protected]

The role of cities, regions and towns in achieving net zero, by Chair Energy Capital West Midlands Matthew Rhodes


Energising cities, towns and villages must be a key policy priority if we are to reach net zero. We asked Non-executive Chair of Energy Capital West Midlands' Matthew Rhodes to share his thoughts on the issue. Read his guest blog here.

Putting communities at the heart of the energy system, by Community Energy England's Emma Bridge


Our green energy future is as much local as it is national. As energising cities, towns and villages is a key policy priority within ENA's election manifesto, we asked Community Energy England's Chief Executive Emma Bridge to share her thoughts on the issue. Read her guest blog here.

A fair energy future for all, by National Energy Action's Matt Copeland


It is only fair that all homes benefit from clean, affordable energy. As ensuring a fair transition for everyone is a key policy priority within ENA's election manifesto, we asked National Energy Action's Policy Manager, Matt Copeland to share his thoughts on the issue. Read his guest blog here.