This edition includes articles about JET – Joint Enforcement team, Sheffield Page Hall, Stay energy safe and more.
If you have any stories you would like to submit for the next newsletter, please contact the Secretariat at UKRPA@Gemserv.com.
You can download Issue 15 here.
Theft of electricity and gas in the UK is a growing problem that inherently has the potential of putting people’s lives at risk as well as supporting consequential criminal activities such as the production of illegal drugs.
This edition includes articles about understanding the Health & Safety risks, Project DIET, Operation Duxford and more.
Let us know what you think of the new design, and feedback on the content we produce is always welcome.
You can download Issue 14 here.
This edition of the UKRPA newsletter has had a complete revamp!
This edition includes articles about the UKRPA conference, the British Gas (BGT) Conference “Insight to tackling energy theft”, Project Gulf and more.
Let us know what you think of the new design.
You can download Issue 13 here.
The UKRPA has published an information sheet, for reference by UKRPA members, interested parties, and the media.
For more information, please contact the UKRPA Secretary.
Proposed amendments to the UKRPA’s Constitution were approved at a General meeting held Friday, 22nd January. The approved Constitution is now live and can be downloaded here.
Tonight, the British Gas Revenue Protection team will be featuring as the headline story on the BBC One Show by giving an insight on energy theft which costs our industry more than £400 Million every year.
The UKRPA is delighted to welcome its eighteenth member organisation.
ABM Utility Solutions joins the growing numbers of companies signed up to the UKRPA, demonstrating their commitment to detecting, investigating and preventing the illegal abstraction of electricity and gas.
Some Distribution Businesses have withdrawn their commercial Revenue Protection services, meaning that those requiring such services may struggle to find alternative providers. In an effort to help such organisations find alternative provisions, the UKRPA has listed below the names and contact details of the UKRPA Members that are able to offer Revenue Protection services on a commercial basis.
A new bumper edition of the UKRPA Newsletter has now been published.
With information about the new UKRPA Strategy, and more on the UKRPA Conference, the newsletter is a great read.