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DECC disappointed at Parliament’s ETS decision

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has expressed its disappointment at the European Parliament's decision to vote against the European Commission intervening in the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to backload allowances.

DECC stands by energy efficiency record

The UK Department for Energy and Climate Change has responded to a report that it was trying to get around the EU Energy Efficiency Directive, by reaffirming its record in the area.

CHP leaders welcome DECC Renewables Review

The UK Government has announced its decision on the support levels given to renewable energy technologies supported under the Renewables Obligation (RO).

UK energy body welcomes launch of DECC report

The Energy Management Alliance has welcomed the launch of the Energy Efficiency Strategy â€ËœThe energy efficiency opportunity in the UK' and the â€ËœGuide to financing energy efficiency in the public sector' by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).

UKDEA issues response to DECC heat strategy document

The UK District Energy Association has responded to DECC's heat strategy document â€ËœThe Future of Heating: A Strategic Framework for Low Carbon Heat in the UK'.

Renewables sector left in limbo as DECC delays subsidy decision

A backlash from renewables developers could be on the cards, after the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has decided to...

UK government aims to encourage more district heating

Following on from their document on the subject last year, the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) are looking forward to further raising the profile of district heating.

Court of appeal deals blow to Drax on subsidy

A decision just two weeks ago by the UK High Court, which requested that the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) reconsider its decision to exclude a unit at Drax power plant from the renewable subsidies scheme, has been reversed by the Court of Appeal.

UK sees 40% rise in power from on-site biogas

The UK increased its power generation from on-site biogas plants by 40% in 2014, according to a survey by the Department of Energy and Climate Change.  

UK solar firms demand compensation after tariff cuts

The UK government may have to pay compensation to three solar companies for losses they claim are caused by 2011 cuts to the incentive scheme for solar.

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