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AV Dawson Signs a 40 Year Deal to Site an Energy from Waste Plant in Middlesbrough

North East based logistics company, AV Dawson, has signed a 40 year deal to site an energy from waste plant at its Riverside Park …

Statoil Gains Consent to Drill One of the Biggest Ever North Sea Developments

The development of the £4.6 billion Mariner heavy oil field is expected to produce around 55,000 barrels of oil per day at its peak. …

Community Schemes Bring Support for Onshore Wind Projects

Community schemes for wind turbines appear to be blowing away cries of “Not in my back yard” when those same communities are able to …

New Support Packages under the Renewables Obligation for Solar and Biomass

DECC has published its response to consultations on support measures for solar photovoltaic (PV) and biomass following the Renewables Obligation review.
Building-mounted solar PV will …

DECC Latest Quarterly Energy Statistics Update

The latest quarterly energy statistics have been published by DECC for third quarter of 2012. These statistics cover energy production and consumption together with …

DECC Updates Renewable Roadmap

The UK’s 2011 “Renewable Energy Roadmap” has been updated by the DECC reflecting progress made on renewable energy over the latest period of results …

The Energy Bill: what will it mean for ‘new’ energy investment?

“Essential legislation to power low-carbon economic growth, to protect consumers, and to keep the lights on” was introduced to Parliament by Edward Davey on 29 November 2012 in the form of the much awaited Energy Bill.

The Energy Bill: What Will It Mean for ‘New’ Energy Investment?

“Essential legislation to power low-carbon economic growth, to protect consumers, and to keep the lights on” was introduced to Parliament by Edward Davey on …

LSE Claims UK Needs £330bn for Energy Sector by 2030

The London School of Economics has released a report “Energy and the economy: The 2030 outlook for UK businesses,” (commissioned by RWE NPower) looking …

DECC Make Statement regarding Onshore Wind Policy but Confusion Remains

Recent press reports have stated that newly appointed Energy Minister, John Hayes, had briefed against further development of onshore wind. Hayes is quoted as …