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Consultation On Greenhouse Gas Reporting By Quoted Companies
In June 2012 we reported on Government plans for mandatory reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for UK quoted companies from April 2013.
UK
2 Aug 2012
2
Government Undecided On Company Reporting Of GHG Emissions
On 27 March 2011 the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) laid a report before Parliament on company reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
UK
4 Apr 2012
3
CRC Simplification Consultation Launched
On 27 March 2012 the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) published long awaited proposals to simplify the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC), the mandatory UK-wide scheme in respect of carbon emissions.
UK
4 Apr 2012
4
Kyoto Protocol Gets Extension
On 11 December 2011 the delegates of the Durban Climate Conference (COP17/CMP7) have extended Kyoto Protocol and established a road map to a new global binding agreement to tackle the emission of greenhouse gases.
Ukraine
29 Dec 2011
5
Durban: Climate Change - Results And Implications
On 11 December 2011 in Durban the first global agreement in principle to climate change emissions reductions by 194 countries was announced.
Worldwide
20 Dec 2011
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Smart Opportunities: DECC Issues Contract Notices For Smart Metering Data & Comms
On Tuesday, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) published Contract Notices calling for applications for the contracts for the provision of smart metering data and communications services.
UK
8 Sep 2011
7
Energy White Paper
On Tuesday 12 July 2011, Chris Huhne, the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, presented his much anticipated White Paper, "Planning our electric future: a White Paper for secure, affordable and low-carbon electricity", to Parliament.
UK
18 Jul 2011
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DECC Consults on Fee for Decommissioning Programmes
On 30 March 2011, the Department of Energy and Climate Change ("DECC") issued its consultation on charging a fee in respect of decommissioning programmes for offshore oil and gas installations and pipelines.
UK
 
13 Jun 2011
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The Budget 2011: Clean Energy And Environment Incentives
The March 2011 Budget repeated the commitment by the Government to be "the greenest Government ever" and announced specific measures designed to deliver it.
UK
30 Mar 2011
10
First Review Of Feed-in Tariffs
An early review of Feed-in Tariffs ("FITs") was announced today by Chris Huhne, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change.
UK
10 Feb 2011
11
Government Response On The Implementation Of The EU Third Internal Energy Package
Last week the Department for Energy and Climate Change published the Government’s combined response to three consultations on the EU’s "Third Package" of energy reforms.
UK
19 Jan 2011
12
€4.5 Billion New Cleantech Funding In Climate Change
On the 9th November 2010 the European Commission announced the first Call for Proposals under the NER300 competition which would fund innovative technologies in carbon capture and storage (CCS) and certain clean energies.
UK
15 Nov 2010
13
Chris Huhne's Energy Policy Statement to Parliament
On Monday, Chris Huhne, the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, updated Parliament on the Government’s energy policy and published a number of documents.
UK
25 Oct 2010
14
Energy and Climate Change Committee Holds First Oral Evidence Session
The Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee yesterday held the first oral evidence session of its "UK Deepwater Drilling - Implications of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill" inquiry.
UK
8 Sep 2010
15
The UK's first Annual Energy Statement
The Government's first annual energy statement, published on Tuesday, provides a useful snapshot of the scale of activity we can expect as the Coalition looks to scope and implement its energy and climate change policies.
UK
30 Jul 2010
16
Government Requests Views on Energy and Climate Change Legislation
The Department for Energy and Climate Change ("DECC") has requested views on which burdens imposed by energy and climate change policies and regulations should be amended, reduced or removed. Lord Marlock, Minister for Energy and Climate Change, is overseeing the consultation, which is part of an ongoing Government commitment to reduce regulatory red tape burdens on businesses whilst maintaining standards of protection under the auspices of the better regulation programme.
UK
25 Jun 2010
17
DECC Asks for Suggestions on Reducing Red Tape
On 16 June 2010, Energy and Climate Change minister Lord Marland published a letter to businesses asking for reasoned views on what burdens imposed by policies and regulations associated with energy and climate change should be amended, reduced or removed.
UK
25 Jun 2010
18
First Referral for Dispute Resolution over Access to North Sea Infrastructure
Endeavour International, a UK gas explorer, has asked the Department for Energy and Climate Change to resolve a dispute as to the cost charged by Nexen Petroleum for Endeavour to transport its gas through the Scott Platform.
UK
27 May 2010
19
Further light shed on new Coalition Government's Energy Policy
On 12 May the newly formed Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government released the first details of its likely energy policy.
UK
24 May 2010
20
New Coalition Government's Energy Policy
On 12 May the newly formed Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government released the first details of its likely energy policy.
UK
17 May 2010
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