Dept of Energy and Climate Change
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The latest provisional monthly energy statistics produced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change were released on 28 August 2014 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
Government response: Response to Sunday Times article on value of homes in areas of shale extraction
Response to Sunday Times article on value of homes in areas of shale extraction.
Response to Sunday Telegraph coverage of Renewable Energy Foundation report on constraint payments.
The Deputy Prime Minister met Indian PM Modi to discuss trade and climate change as key areas to build the UK-India 'special relationship'.
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is visiting India with a trade delegation to build on UK-India business, educational and cultural links.
The Deputy Prime Minister is leading a trade delegation on a visit to India from 25 to 27 August 2014.
The world’s biggest tidal array is to be built in North Scotland bringing jobs and energy security to the Pentland Firth region, it’s been announced today.
Letter to the editor of the Daily Record from Matt Hancock, Minister for Energy, in response to an article published on 20 August 2014 regarding oil and gas reserves.
Rivers and estuaries in cities and towns across England could provide clean, reliable heating to thousands of homes and businesses, a map published today has shown.
The Government today reaffirmed its commitment to the establishment of a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) industry in the UK with the publication of a scoping document which summarises the policies and actions the Government has taken.
More than two million customers have switched to independent electricity suppliers since 2010 thanks to Government action to open the energy market.
New laws would give UK energy regulators new powers to prosecute people suspected of abusing the energy market.
The National Measurement Office enforcement authority annual report for year ending March 2014
Government reforms to stimulate low carbon energy investment and keep the lights on have passed into law.
Edward Davey's statement following the publication of the annual energy statistics.
The latest provisional monthly energy statistics produced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change were released on 31 July 2014 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change today releases 4 key publications:
Households can now get a clear idea of the payments they could receive if they install a renewable heating system, thanks to a new online service.
Statement by Baroness Verma on the outcome of the strategic environmental assessment (SEA) which has been conducted for further onshore licensing.
Ministers today opened the bidding process for companies seeking licences to explore for onshore oil and gas, to help discover how the gas under our feet can help power our homes.