BBPA warns Ofgem’s slow action is endangering UK businesses

The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has issued a warning over the slow action of Ofgem, the UK energy regulator, which it claims is putting businesses in the sector at risk. The BBPA has called for faster action to address the issue of rising energy prices, which have been a significant burden on the hospitality industry.

The BBPA has claimed that Ofgem’s response to the situation has been slow and insufficient, with many businesses in the sector struggling to cope with the high costs of energy. The association has called for urgent action to be taken to address the issue, and has warned that failure to do so could put many businesses at risk of closure.

The BBPA has also called on the government to take action to support businesses in the hospitality sector, including measures to reduce the burden of business rates and other costs. The association has argued that the sector is a vital part of the UK economy, and that urgent action is needed to ensure its survival and growth.

The warning from the BBPA highlights the ongoing challenges faced by businesses in the hospitality sector, and the urgent need for action to be taken to support them. The rising cost of energy is just one of the many challenges faced by businesses in the sector, and it is clear that urgent action is needed to ensure their survival and continued success.

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