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DECC Review: February 2016

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February 2016

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Worlds largest offshore wind farm to be built in the UK

Evaluation of Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

Lord Bourne's speech on Investing in Green Innovation

Government response to Consultation on Reforms to the Capacity Market

Getting smart with your energy 

Consultation outcome - a revised UK Strategy for the Management of Solid Low Level Radioactive Waste from the Nuclear Industry


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Open Consultations

A Consultation on New Smart Energy Code Content and Related Licence Amendments closes 24 March

Consultation on reforms to the Capacity Market, March 2016 - closes 1 April


Ecobuild 2016 conference 8-10 March

DECC publishes Single Departmental Plan

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Central government departments published detailed plans mapping out delivery of government priorities and manifesto commitments over this Parliament - read the press release.

The plans bring together efficiencies, spending review settlements, activity plans, and key objectives. Each department will update their plan with new data as it becomes available, or provide narrative updates on performance.

DECC's Single Departmental Plan 2015-2020 sets out our commitment to secure, affordable, clean energy.

Review of Tidal Lagoons

Tidal Wave

The Government announced an independent review into the feasibility and practicality of tidal lagoon energy in the UK.

Tidal lagoons have the potential to provide the country with clean and secure energy, but more work is needed to determine whether they present value for money.

Starting this spring, the review will establish an evidence base to ensure all decisions made regarding tidal lagoon energy are in the best interest of the UK.

Read more about the tidal lagoon review

Power to Switch Campaign


On February 16 DECC launched the third phase of our Power to Switch campaign encouraging consumers to save money by switching to a better deal with a new energy supplier or tariff, and in turn increasing competition in the energy market.

Running until 23 March 2016, the overall campaign aims are to encourage people to switch energy suppliers and save money, raise awareness of Government action to make the switching process simpler and easier, and encourage energy consumers to visit

Our partners are also supporting the campaign, providing us with a much greater potential reach. 

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