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ECA reacts to Rishi Sunak's appointment as PM
“The electrotechnical sector is a crucial part of the construction industry, which forms the backbone of the UK’s economy. While ECA broadly supports Mr Sunak’s aim to fix the ‘profound economic crisis’ facing the country, we cannot overstate the importance of keeping electrification and decarbonisation front and centre of those plans.
“We eagerly await next week’s fiscal statement and urge Mr Sunak to prioritise green skills, infrastructure and incentives to boost our renewable energy sector, which in turn will help tackle rising energy bills.
ECA, which represents and supports nearly 3,000 businesses in the electrotechnical and engineering services industry, actively highlights the sector’s vital role in delivering Net Zero. Learn more at https://www.eca.co.uk/improving-our-industry-representation/leading-the-charge
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