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Industry dismay at FiT threat


Renewable energy companies have reacted with dismay after the UK Government proposed significant cuts to the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme and warned it could be closed to new applicants as early as...

Auction delay ‘worst of all worlds’ warns CfD architect


Investors’ confidence is being eroded by the UK Government’s decision to delay its next Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction, according to the architect behind the scheme.

DECC to publish RO closure impact report


Ministers have agreed to publish a report into the impact of the closure of the Renewables Obligation (RO) following pressure from MPs.

Business carbon efforts need to be linked with global climate goals


Companies need help to understand how their actions can contribute to efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to consultancy firm Ecofys.

Ofgem finds no evidence over false information


Two companies have been cleared of providing false information to National Grid in the run-up to the December 2014 capacity auction.

Manufacturers call for bolder action on energy red tape


More than seven out of ten manufacturers want the UK Government to go further in cutting “green tape”, according to a new survey.

Sector Round Up - 01/09/2015


This week's top stories include; Solar panel thefts hit Lincolnshire, Anaerobic digestion hits capacity milestone and £2m funding deal for smart grid firm.

Consultation over FiT changes attacked by industry body


The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has branded the UK Government’s consultation on changes to the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) as “inadequate” and warned that it lacked the necessary data.

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