Wales' First Minister Carwyn Jones has called for "enhanced and restructured" devolution through a new Government of Wales Act.
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Next year will be a major year of change for Ofgem as well as the regulated industry it oversees. Chief Executive Alistair Buchanan and Chairman Lord Mogg both step down in 2013.
As ever this year has been an eventful one for energy. As we look back over the past few Christmases we see how it has gone up the agenda and exploded into the public’s consciousness. For ENA that has meant ensuring that the vital role that networks play is not lost in the great debate. That has always been our role.
Another year of impressive innovation and another hugely successful annual conference for the unique Low Carbon Networks Fund last week in Cardiff. Covering everything from the vital engagement with communities through to the detail and technicalities of the new technologies being deployed, the learning from the LCN Fund was startling.
There has been much talk about what the PM said to outgoing and incoming Ministers during the reshuffle the other week. Every politician knows it is “the revolving door of politics” but despite this the shock, disappointment or jubilation is always acute.