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September 2015

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Shale gas planning applications to be fast-tracked

New onshore oil and gas blocks to be offered

What is shale gas and how will it be regulated?

Offshore wind farm Dogger Bank Teesside A and B get the go ahead

Renewables share of electricity generation reaches record high

Residents across England win share of 25 million to warm their homes

Congratulations to Home Heat Heroes helping cut fuel poverty

Response to provisional CMA report

Do you work for an organisation that needs to comply with ESOS? Appoint a lead assessor

Winners of 25 million prize to develop greener fuel technology 


Get involved

Starting a community energy group? Check out the Community Energy Hub

Start-up grants of 5,000 available for energy and sustainability start-ups



Nuclears role in a changing energy landscape 

Andrea Leadsom on the need for shale gas

ESOS helping to drive forward Costa Coffee's energy management



Smart Metering: Change of suppliercloses 5 October

Review of the Feed-in Tariff scheme, closes 23 October

Contracts for difference: Supplier Obligation, closes 23 October

Reforming the business energy efficiency policy landscape, closes 9 November




2 billion support for Hinkley Point

Hinkley Point C

The Chancellor announced a new government guarantee, provided by Infrastructure UK, for a new nuclear power station planned for Hinkley Point C in Somerset.

The initial deal is set to be worth around 2 billion and will pave the way for a final investment decision by energy company EDF, supported by China General Nuclear Corporation and China National Nuclear Corporation, later this year.

The construction and operation of Hinkley Point C will create thousands of jobs in Somerset and more widely in the nuclear industry across the UK, as well as boosting Britains energy security.

The new plant is expected to produce enough energy to supply 7% of the countrys needs, powering around six million homes.

Energy Secretary Amber Rudd said: "New nuclear power is a vital part of our long-term plan to provide secure, clean energy supplies that hardworking families and businesses can rely on in the decades ahead."

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Power to Switch - get involved!



Our Power to Switch campaign, encouraging people to switch their energy supplier or tariff saw 130,000 households save 38 million in February and March this year.

To encourage even more households to save and join the thousands switching (see EnergyUK figures for July), we are launching the second phase of Power to Switch phase two in October. This will focus on working with partners to highlight the ease of switching and that many people could save 200. The campaign period will include Big Energy Saving Week, a DECC funded initiative delivered through Citizens Advice and Energy Saving Trust helping vulnerable consumers. A toolkit of infographics and case studies is available if you would like to get involved. Simply email or phone Lucy Anderson on 0300 068 5609 to get involved or get more information.

Finance boost to help protect developing countries from climate change


The Government is committing to substantially increase the amount of funding we are providing to help the most vulnerable countries protect themselves from the effects of climate change. The UKs money for climate activities will be increased by at least 50%, to a further 5.8 billion of funding from April 2016 to March 2021, from within the existing official development assistance budget.

Amber Rudd said, To ensure a more secure and prosperous future for us all, the UK is playing its part by helping some of the most vulnerable communities become more resilient to climate change and by supporting the developing world to take the clean energy path to growth and prosperity rather than the high carbon route."

This announcement comes as the Prime Minister urged fellow leaders to work together to secure an ambitious global climate change deal in the Paris COP.

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