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Author Archives: UKSS
Today DECC published the consultation document on the future of the Energy Company Obligation (ECO). The consultation will run from 5th March to the 16th April. The majority of these proposals were highlighted as part of Government’s announcement on 2 … Continue reading
Three days ago, the Government of India launched their “India Energy Security Scenarios 2047″ calculator. It reflects seven hard months by a team under Mr Anil Jain at the Planning Commission. They took the UK’s 2050 Pathway Calculator and adapted … Continue reading
In a week that marks the on-going challenge of Climate Change, I am in Brussels making the case and drumming up support for the right climate change and energy policies until 2030. This will prepare the ground for when Europe’s … Continue reading
Our old power stations are closing, and will need to be replaced. That represents a great opportunity to invest in low carbon energy, creating jobs, saving carbon and developing UK knowhow and components to export to other countries which also … Continue reading
The UK is the world leader for offshore wind: we have more wind turbines in the sea, generating more electricity than any country in the world and the biggest pipeline to 2020. Offshore wind currently makes up around 3% of … Continue reading
It’s not long to go now until the Domestic RHI launches and lots of installers have already started swatting up on the scheme requirements and changes to MCS that come into effect on the 16th March. These include guidance on … Continue reading
With the launch of the UK’s first Community Energy Strategy, a ray of light has opened in a doorway to what could have a radical impact in the way we generate and use energy. Not only does it hold out … Continue reading
Setting a good example? Why we decided to test the energy efficiency of Britain’s biggest soap homes.
Last week I found myself on Sky News talking about the energy efficiency of some of the most famous properties in the country. However, these were no normal buildings – they were the houses, flats and cottages inhabited by the … Continue reading
So here we are, the first ever Community Energy Strategy! It’s been nearly two years in gestation, moving between teams within DECC, gathering momentum and political support. Is it worth the wait? I’ll certainly be welcoming it. For the first time … Continue reading