Tag Archives: DECC

Life after DECC – NAPIT looks at the future of the Energy Industry

Managing Director of NAPIT Certification David Cowburn discusses how the recent restructure of the Department of Energy & Climate (DECC)...

Industry “unsettled” and “disappointed” after DECC gets axed

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has been axed by new Prime Minister Theresa May. Energy policy will now...

Government invests £320 million in ‘central heating for cities’ scheme to bring energy bills down

£320 million will be invested over the next five years in schemes across the country’s towns and cities to take...

Green MEP lambasts Energy Secretary for “misleading” Parliament over renewables targets

Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has rounded on Energy Secretary Amber Rudd over the content of a letter leaked to...

Shale gas planning applications will be fast-tracked

Shale gas planning applications will be fast-tracked through a new, dedicated planning process, under measures announced today. Amber Rudd and...

The EEDO is no more, did anyone notice?

For those who haven’t heard, EEDO has breathed its last. EEDO, if you didn’t know (and there is no reason...

Public saves £38million by switching energy

More than £38 million was saved by 130,000 households switching energy supplier – in just one month of the ‘Power...

Rise in communities powered by local renewable energy

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses across England are now powered by local renewable energy projects, saving whole communities...

HWA says ‘why bother’ to new DECC regulations

‘Why bother’ is how the Hot Water Association, HWA has greeted the announcement by DECC on the Private Rented Sector...

‘Reduce Energy Bills, Install Renewables’ events

Find out how renewable heating could help your customers have a warmer home and save money at one of fifteen,...