Political intelligence for public affairs and government relations in the energy sector
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The future of energy
From Net Zero to the green agenda, the energy crisis to renewables – the energy sector is experiencing a pivotal moment where it could decide the future of the entire planet. DeHavilland’s energy clients understand how to navigate this landscape and are prepared for the future of energy policy.
DeHavilland political intelligence for energy
Monitor what matters
Energy continues to dominate the political agenda and impacts policy across major Government departments. DeHavilland’s in-house experts give you the big picture – from the latest regulation to the role of energy in the next general election – as well as bespoke reports on the topics that matter to you.
Whether you need to understand the latest developments on ULEZ and the ZEV mandate, or the future of renewables in the UK’s supply chain, DeHavilland has you covered.
Map your stakeholders
Who can impact energy policies now? And who will impact them in future? With the imminent general election, there has never been a better time to forge new relationships.
DeHavilland PeoplePoint makes it easy to find the most influential stakeholders, with contact details and distribution tools to help you engage them. Plus, our in-house team can support your outreach strategy moving forwards, making continual updates to the policymakers in power on both a national and local level.
Understand the race to Net Zero
The dominant discussion in energy for both the UK and nations worldwide, the Net Zero target will continue to be a key tenet of policy for years to come. But how realistic is the aim? What does progress look like? And where is funding coming from?
DeHavilland provides dedicated Net Zero updates, answering all these questions and more as the topic heats up ahead of the next general election.
Track energy sentiment
Wind, solar, nuclear, hydrogen, geothermal – energy has never had so many options and politics is now dependent on the next generation of supply. But which form will become dominant as the nation moves to protect itself from external crises?
DeHavilland Sentiment shows how the discussions in parliament change over time and highlights which energy sources are being favoured, so you know how to shape your strategy for the future.
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