Dept of Energy and Climate Change
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The Secretary of State has made a decision regards the petroleum licences for the Dea UK North Sea assets recently acquired by LetterOne.
New laws give energy regulators across the UK powers to prosecute people suspected of abusing the energy market.
Jointly funded Industrial Research & Feasibility study for Caledonia Clean Energy Project
The joint statement was issued by the British and Norwegian Prime Ministers on the North Sea Network (NSN) electricity interconnector.
Earth Hour is a global annual event, run by WWF, where hundreds of millions of people switch off their lights for one hour in a symbolic display to show their commitment to the planet.
The £70 million available through the third release of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (GDHIF) has been fully allocated.
Central Heating Fund enables up to 8,000 fuel poor homes to stay warmer for less.
The latest provisional monthly energy statistics produced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change were released on 26 March 2015 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
Energy Trends and Quarterly Energy Prices published.
One million homes could be tapping into clean renewable heat hidden in our waterways.
Written Ministerial Statement by Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State for energy and climate change, on the UK Green Investment Bank and the UK International Climate Fund.
Secretary of State Edward Davey's speech at the Association of British Insurers.
Winners of a DECC image competition have shown the impacts climate change is having on people in the UK and across the world.
More than £38 million was saved by 130,000 households switching energy supplier - in just one month of the ‘Power to Switch’ campaign.
Written Ministerial Statement on funding of the Oil and Gas Authority by Secretary of State Edward Davey MP.
Written Ministerial Statement on funding of the oil and gas authority by Secretary of State Edward Davey MP.
The government has outlined a package of support for the oil industry.
Businesses can now take their solar panels with them when they relocate, allowing them to continue to reap the benefits of lower energy bills.
Statement to Parliament: Government Response to Call for Evidence on how to implement the Wood Review recommendations to maximise economic recovery of oil and gas from the UK Continental Shelf
Written Ministerial Statement on Wood review implementation government response to call for evidence by Secretary of State Edward Davey MP.
Tens of thousands of homes and businesses across England are now powered by locally owned renewable energy projects.
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