Brevia Energy, a dedicated division of Brevia Consulting, has a longstanding reputation for its expertise and experience in the UK Energy Sector. We advise energy businesses of all sizes, from innovative start-ups to FTSE 100 companies.
Our team reflects the breadth and complexity of the sector from exploration and refining, through generation, transmission, distribution, supply and decommissioning of energy. Our global network of partners allows us to have a truly international perspective on energy policy developments.
The Brexit process has already brought down a Prime Minister and their administration since 2017, and there are indications that the current Prime Minister and his administration may soon face a General Election or challenge due to events. This instability is creating a constantly shifting set of stakeholders, as well as an environment in which it is difficult to advance particular arguments in any areas. Although the need for a long-term policy framework that gives companies the confidence to invest is widely recognised, the energy industry will continue to be plagued by political and security risks for the foreseeable future.
Our consultants understand these risks and, just as importantly, the way to shape your messages to cut through the politics that is creating them. We support our clients in actively engaging with policy makers, and in making the case for a stable and supportive regulatory environment.
This week, the Government stepped in to save the regional airline, Flybe, from collapse. Having won a majority by gaining votes in nearly every region of the UK, the intervention symbolises Boris Johnson’s stated desire to ‘level up’ the country.
On 14 January 2020, the European Union (UN) unveiled plans for €1 trillion in sustainable investments over the coming decade. The investment is designed to make the EU climate-neutral by 2050, however, the transition fund money under the plan will not finance the construction of nuclear power plants.
Following defeat last week, Jeremy Corbyn announced he would not stand as Labour Party leader at the next general election. The Labour Party will have to elect another leader and the next contest will be the first to take place under new rules established in 2018.
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Brevia delivers tailored support to organisations operating in the energy sector. Our three-step process offers a straightforward approach to delivering crucial intelligence, strategic advice and stakeholder engagement.