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UK government refuses permission for Jurassic Coast wind project

The UK's Department of Energy and Climate Change has refused permission for an offshore wind project for the first time.

Encouraging statistics for UK’s CHP sector

The UK's Department for Energy and Climate Change's latest energy statistics has shown a steady rise in cogeneration capacity.

Call for heat to be recognised by new UK energy department

The UK government has announced the creation of a new Department of Energy and Climate change, which is to be headed by Ed Miliband.

UK to announce preferred bidders for $18bn smart meter project

The UK's Department of Energy and Climate Change is to announce their list of preferred bidders for installation of the country's smart metering programme on Wednesday.

UK plans for 53.8 GW in capacity market auction

The UK is set to hold three capacity market auctions this winter, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has said. 

UK announced detail on renewable heat subsidy

The Department of Energy and Climate Change in the UK have provided further details on the subsidy for domestic renewable heat this week.

UK government passes energy policy power to new commission

There is some confusion as to the role of the department of energy and climate change following a reorganisation announced by the UK's chancellor for the exchequer George Osborne this week.

OGN moves into offshore wind technology

OGN Group has received a vote of confidence from the Department of Energy and Climate Change for its move into offshore wind technology.

Coal power continues to dominate in UK at expense of gas

Official figures from the UK's Department of Energy and Climate Change shows that coal-fired power dominated the country's energy mix in 2012.

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.  

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