BEAMA and RenewableUK trade associations have agreed to work together to build a low carbon energy system.

The partnership will see both trade associations develop products and services for the global energy market in a bid to help companies .

The partners will focus on attracting investments for the electrification of heat and transport and the decarbonisation of transmission and distribution networks.

Dr Howard Porter, BEAMA’s Chief Executive said: “The transition to net zero requires a joined-up approach and when considering the need to drive investment into certain low carbon sectors in the UK we are absolutely stronger together.”

Hugh McNeal RenewableUK’s Chief Executive said: “Sharing our expertise will benefit the members of both trade associations, as working together we can have a greater impact on the development of government policies we need to reach net zero emissions.”

BEAMA & RenewableUK to build low carbon system

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