Monthly Archives: "February, 2018"

BEIS Select Committee Calls for Energy Price Cap by Winter 2018
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A report has been published by a BEIS (Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) Select Committee on the government’s draft bill to cap on standard variable tariff (SVTs) bills for domestic customers after the Business Secretary asked to scrutinise the legislation before it is presented in Parliament. The legislation has been driven by MPs following requests that the energy sector produced a ‘self-regulated’ response to the threat of a price cap which produced lacklustre results. Suppliers did not take repeated warnings...

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New Energy Legislation – Are You Prepared For 1st April 2018?
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On 1st April 2018, there are important energy industry changes coming into effect. With only a few weeks to go, if you have not already taken action, now is the time. The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) is a set of legal requirements that aim to improve the energy efficiency of commercially-rented properties across England and Wales. From 1st April, it will be unlawful to agree a new lease for a commercial or domestic privately rented property with an...

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