Monthly Archives: "October, 2015"

Energy Legislation Double Bill – 19th November 2015
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Energy in the Service Charge - A Dark Art? Experts from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the National Measurement and Regulation Office (NMRO) will provide illumination! Come along to our next morning of breakfast debate on Thursday 19th November 2015 where we will be joined by RICS and the National Measurement and Regulation Office (NMRO) to discuss tenant recharging for utilities. Tenant recharging has long been a challenge for commercial landlords and property agents of multi-let buildings. Some buildings...

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Government Consultations: Last Chance to Share Your Views!
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The following three consultations are closing in the next fortnight and this is the last opportunity to provide your views on these. 1. HMRC is undertaking an informal consultation on the Transitional Arrangements for Removing the Climate Change Levy (CCL) Renewables Exemption after which CCL will be added to renewable electricity bills. The Government is trying to determine an appropriate length for this transitional period and how the transitional arrangements will operate in practice. With feedback on consultation due 31st October...

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ESOS – Act Now To Avoid Financial Penalties
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The Environment Agency (EA) has set out its position on enforcement for ESOS in light of the widespread acknowledgement that there are insufficient assessors to ensure compliance for all participants by the deadline. The message is clear – do all you can before the deadline to ensure you have an auditable plan in place and be compliant by 29th January 2016 to avoid penalties. The deadline for compliance is set in the EU Energy Efficiency Directive and ESOS Regulations 2014...

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P272 – Consumers Suffer Due to Lack of Clarity
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The transition of 05-08 Profile Class supplies to settled half hourly (HH) is still being finalised by suppliers and district network operators (DNO) despite this impacting contracts starting on or after 5th November 2015. It is frustrating that, whilst the industry has been aware of this change for many months, those parties involved have not got their house in order to ensure a smooth transition. Elexon has decided that all supplies will be assigned a capacity of 71 kVA until...

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