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Brexit – The Implications for UK Energy Industry

Brexit – The Implications for UK Energy Industry

‘In or Out?’ is the question currently being asked across the country. One thing that is clear – Environmental policy issues will not be a high priority on the list of deciding factors in the build-up to the UK European Union (EU) referendum. That said, there will be...

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The Renewable Heat Incentive: Consultation on Proposed Reform

The Renewable Heat Incentive: Consultation on Proposed Reform

Heating constitutes a major part of this challenge. Heat accounts for almost half of UK energy use and a third of UK carbon emissions. The UK will not meet its climate change commitments without a stronger long-term plan to move to low carbon heating and a mass roll...

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Wales – A Beacon of Best Practice in Sustainable Development

Wales – A Beacon of Best Practice in Sustainable Development

The Welsh Government has launched the ‘Energy Efficiency in Wales’ strategy 2016-26, which aims to play a major role in addressing efficiency issues and driving economic growth by supporting green jobs and skills throughout the country over the next decade. The...

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The Demise of CRC – A New Dawn for Carbon Reporting?

The Demise of CRC – A New Dawn for Carbon Reporting?

The Chancellor confirmed this week during the Spring Budget speech that the Carbon Reduction Scheme (CRC) will be abolished as a direct result of the Business Energy Tax Review. The CRC’s original aim was to encourage energy reduction for large scale business users...

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CMA Announcement on Energy Market Reform

CMA Announcement on Energy Market Reform

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced its proposals to reform the energy market, open up competition and help customers get a better deal following the conclusions from its investigation in June. The remedies proposed include a range of measures...

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