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Energy regulator Ofgem has handed down its largest ever fine, hitting power generation company Drax with a £28m penalty. Fellow generation firm Intergen also faces an £11m levy, with both companies having failed to meet targets for improving energy efficiency which the regulator says would have seen bills cut for custom...
SNP press release The Scottish National Party has said the financial crisis surrounding the future of the Hinkley Point C nuclear plant demonstrates yet again the...
Press Release from Oxfam: In response to the news that the UK government is pledging £720 million to help poor countries adapt to climate change, Oxfam GB’s Chie...
Labour press release Maria Eagle MP, Labour's Shadow Environment Secretary, responding to the ruling by the European Court of Justice against the UK Government on...
A press release from DECC: The first national UK shale colleges were today given the go-ahead by Business, Enterprise Aberdeen would be a seaside resort rather tha...
Labour press release Tom Greatrex MP, Labour’s Shadow Energy Minister, commenting on the Government’s failure to confirm that State Aid for Kellingley and Thoresb...
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