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Companies who are willing to invest in green technologies could make savings despite the latest round of price increases by the major energy suppliers. Small and medium sized companies could have more to gain than ever by opting in to … Continue reading
As the Chair of the Office for Renewable Energy Deployment, I’ve been following with interest the recent blog posts by the Guardian and the Global Warming Policy Foundation who take opposing views on the viability of wind turbines as part … Continue reading
Last week I wrote about the launch by China of their version of DECC’s 2050 Pathways Calculator. What I didn’t mention was that the Chinese officials were so enthused that they wanted to encourage other countries to copy DECC as … Continue reading
This summer has been a busy time so far for DECC’s Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) Team. On 24 July Greg Barker announced the launch of the new and exciting RHPP Phase 2 Communities Scheme. I recently joined the RHPP team … Continue reading
At the end of March, DECC celebrated the launch of its Heat Strategy, and alongside it we launched a new, state of the art, National Heat Map. The National Heat Map is a unique device that gives people reliable information about … Continue reading
Nothing generates column inches these days like discussion about the costs of our future energy mix. And rightly so. Our ageing fleet of power stations, our increasing reliance on imported fossil fuels and the need for us to reduce carbon … Continue reading
Hello! My name is Katie and I work in the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) as a Science and Engineering Fast Streamer. I started in October 2011 and for my first role I’ve been placed in the Evidence … Continue reading
On 23 November, DECC published its updated analysis of the estimated impact of energy and climate change policies on gas and electricity prices and bills paid by UK energy consumers . Alongside this report, we published the chart below showing … Continue reading