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Solar Subsidies to End as Government Seeks to Control Costs

Solar Subsidies to End as Government Seeks to Control Costs

Financial support for many new solar farms will end under the Government's new plans. The Department for Energy and Climate Change has dealt another series of blows to the renewable energy industry with fresh proposals to cease financial support for solar and biomass...

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Amber Rudd Lays Out DECC’s Priorities for 2015 and Beyond

Amber Rudd Lays Out DECC’s Priorities for 2015 and Beyond

UK Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has answered crucial questions on the Government's approach to energy efficiency, fracking, renewable energy subsidies and climate change. Rudd was questioned by the Energy and Climate Change Committee in Parliament as part of the...

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Dis-aggregation of Gas Supplies – July 2015

Dis-aggregation of Gas Supplies – July 2015

Older gas installations have historically benefited from lower charges through shared charges by being ‘aggregated’ to other supplies on site giving them one Meter Point Reference Number and combined transportation and metering costs. Since April 2014 suppliers have...

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Government Scraps CCL Exemption for Renewable Energy

Government Scraps CCL Exemption for Renewable Energy

With effect from midnight on 31 July 2015, electricity generated from renewable sources will no longer be eligible for the CCL exemption for RSE when supplied under a renewable source contract. The only exemption will be for electricity that is generated before 1...

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