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Welcome to the CHPA’s new blog, Better Energy

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We would like to welcome you to the CHPA’s new blog, Better Energy.  

This blog is devoted to our vision of a more local and less wasteful energy system, an energy system that is dictated by the consumers’ needs rather than have their needs dictated to them.

The UK is at an important crossroads as it transitions to a low-carbon world, with increasing pressures on how we can do so in the most cost-effective way. If we are to deliver on our low-carbon vision, we will need to turn our existing centralised approach on its head, completely rethink how we deliver energy, and put the consumer at the heart of energy policy to create a sustainable and efficient energy system for the future. We hope this blog will help support and ferment new ideas to help us achieve this enormous challenge.

We welcome your participation and input. If you are interested in writing a guest blog, please do not hesitate to contact Claire Wych at Claire.wych@chpa.co.uk

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Claire provides day to day management of the Association’s communications including the website, news, press release and social media. Claire is also responsible for aiding in the delivery of the communications strategy which is geared towards enhancing engagement with members and stakeholders. Claire holds a Masters degree in Environmental Governance and previously worked as a sales manager for a biomass company. In her spare time Claire enjoys competing at national level with her cheerleading team.

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