The UK are due to publish their Energy Bill in early November and we feel that the US should look at why the UK’s policies seem to be working successfully for their nation.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
The BBB Conglomerate Network is currently outsourced by a US energy giant to source new customer leads. The outsourced sales and marketing firm strongly support the UK’s recent decision for demanding that the big six energy companies by law, charge cheaper tariffs for home-owners.
The improved policy, set to be released in the Energy Bill in a matter of weeks, is being strongly pushed by Prime Minister David Cameron and is certainly a more redefined initiative than the current one. Shadow Energy Secretary, Caroline Flint has stated that “this is the Government admitting that their ‘do nothing’ energy policy over the last two years has failed.”
After learning of this, The BBB Conglomerate Network are urging the USA to follow suit, following the Obama and Romney second debate where the US energy policy was discussed yesterday.
Suzanne Goldenberg, US environment correspondent, reported that the second debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney discussed gas prices and energy policies. Obama was reaffirming clean energy plans, as his Republican opponent argues that the policies have increased the costs.
Despite Obama favouring pure renewable energy as the major factor of his recovery plan and campaigning constantly for tax credits for the wind industry, moves including the expansion of natural gas and offshore oil drilling has certainly disappointed the environmental groups.
Managing director of The BBB Conglomerate Network, Antoine Bell, has stated that, “a majority of the American public are confused following Obama and Romney’s debate over the American energy policies. Their debate seemed more like an argument where both party’s clearly disagreed with each other’s energy policies. We work with energy suppliers and would love to be able to promote cheaper energy tariffs to customers. The UK are due to publish their Energy Bill in early November and I think perhaps the US should look at how and why the UK’s policies seem to be working successfully for their nation.”
The BBB Conglomerate Network mission statement is to provide their clients with a face to face sales and marketing force business to business as well as business to consumer. Their goal is also to increase the clients brand and service recognition in their target markets.
By fighting for a similar vote, The BBB Conglomerate Network believe the USA will not only have a glowing economical reputation, but an environmentally friendly one too.
Contact: Antoine Bell
The BBB Conglomerate Network
690 8th Ave.
B/W 43rd & 44th
New York, NY 10036