Dept of Energy and Climate Change
Updated: 14 min 36 sec ago
December 2014 statistics that allow a provisional assessment to be made of trends in energy production, transformation and consumption in 2014.
The latest provisional monthly energy statistics produced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change were released on 26 February 2015 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
World-leading competitive auctions have led to contracts being offered to 27 renewable electricity projects, which together could power 1.4m homes, comparable to the number of households in Wales.
Forty new technologies have won funding through the first round of Innovate UK’s Energy Catalyst.
Responding to the Secretary of State’s commission to assess the impact of the sharp decline in global oil prices on the UK oil and gas industry, Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) Chief Executive, Dr Andy Samuel today published his initial findings and issued an urgent call to action for industry, Government and the regulator.
Nine EU ministers, including Edward Davey, have signed a letter calling for reform to the EU Emissions Trading System.
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An offshore wind project has today been given the go ahead that is expected to support up to 900 green jobs in Yorkshire and Humberside
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Nicola Hodson has been appointed to the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority (GEMA) for 5 years, DECC today confirmed.
Infrastructure Act becomes law.
Amber Rudd keynote speech at Cleantech Innovate London showcase event.
DECC is extending vouchers from the first release of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) until Tuesday 31 March 2015.
Environment Agency grants Cuadrilla environmental permits for shale gas exploration. Strong environmental standards are in place.
Up to 1 million tenants renting from a private landlord can look forward to warmer homes that cost less to heat, under new government plans.
Organisations up and down the country have been awarded a total of £1.28m for capacity totalling 5,589kW as part of the UK’s first ever auction to reduce demand for electricity at peak times.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) team will be attending a series of roadshows to explain how renewable heat could be the smarter way to heat your home.
The UK’s first ever Electricity Demand Reduction (EDR) auction is taking place today.
2 million low-income and vulnerable households will get £140 off their energy bills, thanks to the Warm Home Discount scheme.
The latest provisional monthly energy statistics produced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change were released on 29 January 2015 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.