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Archive for March, 2013

Domestic RHI scheme hit by further delays

This time last year we reported that the Government had announced plans to delay the Renewable Heat Incentive until 2013. In what feels very much like a case of deja vu, we’re having to report that yet more delays have befallen the scheme.  Yes, the second stage of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) has […]

Green policies to cut £166 off energy bills by 2020

A study carried out by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has revealed that only 11 per cent of domestic energy bills can be affected by state policy. Following publication of the research, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Ed Davey predicted that green policy would eventually save British households money. […]

Is Britain in the midst of an energy crisis?

According to Energy UK, the organisation that represents the country’s energy suppliers, an unseasonally cold March has left Britain in the midst of an energy crisis. A crisis that could, perhaps inevitably, lead to higher energy bills. Minister of State for Energy John Hayes insists there is no crisis. The Conservative MP told the Guardian: […]

Scottish fuel poverty scheme boosted by £60m funding

Scotland is set to benefit from  £60 million of funding to target fuel poverty. The money will be distributed to local authorities to ensure that Scottish homes become more energy efficient. The fund was made available under the Home Energy Efficiency Programme, which was established by the Scottish Government to reduce fuel poverty in the country.  […]