Monthly Archives: "September, 2016"

Do Not Miss the Opportunity to Reduce Your Water Bill
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With the countdown to deregulation for English non-domestic customers looming, business customers can now explore how best to maximise the opportunities presented by switching suppliers and driving operational efficiencies. Many commercial energy users will have been through a similar process with energy deregulation and will be aware what to expect. Until recently, water had been the forgotten utility, with users focusing attention on critical operational requirements such as compliance, treatment and safety. Deregulation will provide 1.2 million English businesses the...

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The UK Must Invest £215bn by 2030 to Decarbonise
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The UK will need to invest a staggering £215bn in its energy system by 2030 in order to replace aging assets and decarbonise. As the country undergoes a complete energy overhaul, nearly half of this amount (£95bn) will need to be spent on disruptive technologies such as renewables, battery storage and distributed generation. With security of supply already causing major concern, it has been reported that the UK faces the obsolescence of approximately 40% of its current aged combined cycle gas...

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The Brexit Effect – DECC Abolished and BEIS Created Amid Concern for Green Policies
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In the aftermath of the Brexit Referendum, the formation of the new Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has left the majority of large business energy users fearing that climate change issues are being side-lined. The new Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has been formed, combining the responsibilities of the Department for Energy and Climate change (DECC) and the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS). The new Department will be run by Greg...

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Fresh Legal Challenge Means No Fracking in Britain This Year
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No hydraulic fracturing will take place in Britain until at least 2017 following a High Court challenge from green groups Friends of the Earth and Frack Free Ryedale. They have sought a judicial review of North Yorkshire County Council’s decision, claiming councillors failed to assess the impact of the project on climate change and the financial safeguards against environmental damage. In May, North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) awarded consent to Third Energy to frack its existing KM8 well near the...

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Energy Legislation Forum Evening Event – 13th September 2016
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Carbon2018 invites you to its Energy Legislation  Evening Event on Tuesday 13th September 2016. The event runs from 6pm to 8pm. To reserve your place please complete the contact form.

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