Dept of Energy and Climate Change
Updated: 11 min 36 sec ago
The Government is powering ahead with our plans to help guarantee secure, affordable and clean energy for the nation, as the Energy Bill comes into law.
Alex Chisholm has been appointed as the new Permanent Secretary for the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
The Independent Review of Tidal Lagoons will be led by industry expert Charles Hendry, supported by a team of seconded civil servants.
The Government is taking action to ensure the UK’s long-term energy security as it builds a system of energy infrastructure fit for the 21st century.
Andrea Leadsom's speech at the 8th Nuclear New Build Forum
Treasury analysis on the EU shows UK will be worse off by £4,300 a year per household if Britain votes to leave, the Chancellor explains.
A statement from the Secretary of State on the death of DECC's former Chief Scientific Advisor, Sir David MacKay.
Press release: UK, US and EU sign landmark deal to turn nuclear material into cancer-fighting treatment
The Prime Minister will announce an agreement on a multilateral swap of nuclear material that will help to diagnose and treat cancer.
Energy Trends and Energy Prices published.
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd has set out why we are stronger, safer and better off staying in Europe.
Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, Amber Rudd delivers a speech on the energy benefits of staying in the EU
5 reasons why we are backing Hinkley Point C, as part of our plan to tackle a legacy of under-investment in the UK's energy infrastructure and build a system fit for the 21st century.
News story: Biggest ever investigation into energy market builds on what government is doing to keep bills down
The Energy Secretary has responded today to the biggest ever investigation into the energy market.
New Permanent Secretary for Ministry of Defence
Stephen Lovegrove to be appointed MOD Permanent Secretary.
Addressing the Gender Imbalance in the Nuclear Industry.
News story: What the Government is doing to secure investment in clean, secure and affordable energy
Today the Energy and Climate Change Committee has published their report on investor confidence.
Business Secretary unveils measures that will help deliver the government’s commitment to cut a further £10 billion of red tape.
Today a series of changes have been set out that will guarantee our long-term energy security and will tackle the legacy of underinvestment.
December 2015 statistics that allow a provisional assessment to be made of trends in energy production and consumption in 2015.
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