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DECC Review - July 2015

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July 2015

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Energy Bill introduced into the House of Lords to support energy security

Government defines Protected Areas for shale developments

Green Growth Group Ministers issue joint statement

National Grid publish winter outlook and future energy scenarios report

Planning consent granted for Preesall Underground Gas Storage Facility project

RHI amendment regulations to introduce improvements

28th Offshore Licensing Round winners announced


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Changes to Feed-in Tariff accreditation - closes 19 Aug 2015

EU ETS consultation on amendments to greenhouse gas regulations 2012 - closes 28 Aug 2015

New Smart Energy Code content and related licence amendments - closes 1 Sept 2015

Changes to financial support for solar PV - closes 2 Sept 2015

Cutting Red Tape in the Energy sector - visit the website or submit your views via email

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Controlling the cost of renewable energy

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On Wednesday 22 July, we announced measures to deal with a projected over-allocation of renewable energy subsidies. The measures set out will provide better control over spending and ensure bill payers get the best possible deal as we continue to move to a low-carbon economy. Announcing the changes, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd said: Our support has driven down the cost of renewable energy significantly. As costs continue to fall it becomes easier for parts of the renewables industry to survive without subsidies. Were taking action to protect consumers, whilst protecting existing investment.

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Green Deal Finance Company funding to end

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On Thursday 23 July, Amber Rudd announced that there will be no further funding to the Green Deal Finance Company, in a move to protect taxpayers. The Government will work with the building industry and consumer groups on a new value-for-money approach. The Government will also stop any future funding releases of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund. This decision has no impact on existing Green Deal Finance Plans or existing Green Deal Home Improvement Fund applications and vouchers. Future schemes must provide better value for money, supporting the goal of insulating a million more homes over the next five years and the Governments commitment to tackle fuel poverty.

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Combatting climate change: a vital safety net for families and businesses

Amber Rudd

Last week, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd delivered her first major speech setting out the Governments commitment to tackling climate change while keeping bills down in order to deliver lasting economic security for hardworking families and businesses. Speaking to business leaders at Aviva in London, she said that the global agreement to be finalised in Paris in December must work for business so that the private sector can play its full part in shaping the solutions to climate change through innovation, technology, enterprise & competition. 

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