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    While fixed-rate energy deals have started to come back onto the market, incentives to switch suppliers remain limited. Thus, the return of competition to the retail market is expected to be slow. Claudia Preedy, Senior B2B Analyst ..."
    Significant investment is required to support renewables deployment and meet challenging decarbonisation targets, with most of this coming from the private sector. Creating a supportive and stable policy environment is imperative to attract investment. Claudia Preedy, Senior B2B Analyst ..."

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    "Sustained strong solar PV deployment is forecast for the coming years, with all main market segments (ground-mount, residential and non-residential roof-top solar PV) in high growth mode. Growth is fuelled by increased interest in self-generation amid high energy prices and the decarbonisation agenda across the public, commercial and residential sectors..."
    “The commitment to a more circular economy, underpinned by the implementation of major waste reforms, will be central to developments in the waste management and recycling market over the coming years. An ongoing lack of clarity over the final design of key measures of the government’s waste reforms, including consistency in..."
    “The utilities sector is set to see continued strong capital spending levels, with significant investment required to futureproof networks and help transition to Net Zero.Operators are facing increased pressure to deliver investments at the lowest costs, which in light of current macro-economic conditions, presents challenges. The increased cost and efficiency..."
    “More ambitious government targets for renewables deployment and proposals to simplify the planning process for many kinds of renewables are boosting investor confidence. In order to accommodate high levels of renewables, more flexible electricity consumption needs to be incentivised. This will require improvements in system flexibility from storage, interconnection and demand-side..."

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    “The outlook for the UK solar panels market is bright, fuelled by the decarbonisation agenda across the public, commercial and residential sectors and the accelerated shift to renewables generation. All main market segments (ground-mount, residential and non-residential rooftop) are in high growth mode, with sustained strong deployment of solar PV..."
    “Consumer interest in energy bills, as a result of rising prices and business failures and their increased awareness of their energy usage offers opportunities for suppliers to more actively engage with customers to help them lower their energy bills and carbon emissions. This includes the rollout of smart meters, installing..."
    “An ongoing commitment to a more circular economy, underpinned by major waste reforms, will be central to developments in the waste management market over the coming years. This will drive continued investment in UK recycling capacity and capability, including the development of, and investment in, new technologies for sorting and..."
    “Infrastructure investment will continue to be a key focus across the utility sectors, driven by the need to replace old assets, boost resilience, deliver an environmentally sustainable network and supporting the transition to Net Zero. In response to COVID-19, the government and regulators have also encouraged companies to accelerate investment..."
    “While the UK has made good progress on decarbonising the UK electricity supply sector, significant investment in the whole system infrastructure will be required over the coming decade in order to progress towards net zero while ensuring security of supply. This will entail increasing the role of renewables (predominately wind..."

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    “The outlook for the UK solar panels market is bright, fuelled by the decarbonisation agenda across the public, commercial and residential sectors. Market growth is anticipated to be initially driven by subsidy-free, large-scale, solar deployment and commercial installations. With solar PV set to be included in the next CfD allocation..."