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The first of a series of power auctions aimed at keeping the lights on beyond 2018 has ended. Ed Davey, the Energy Secretary, said competition between participants in the reverse auction had driven down costs below predicted levels. “We are guaranteeing security at the lowest cost for consumers,” he said.
Liberal Democrats press release Danny Alexander has welcomed Virgin Atlantic’s move to slash £10 off air travel ticket prices to reflect falling oil prices. Th...
RenewableUK press release New government figures show Cameron was wrong to attack onshore wind The trade association representing the wind, wave and tidal ener...
The Energy Secretary has today told the House of Commons that a Government drive towards energy efficiency had been successful in both up-take and in reducing energy...
RenewableUK press release RenewableUK is today highlighting the latest report by the Communities and Local Government (CLG) Select Committee, which has sharply cr...
A press release from Labour: Caroline Flint MP, Labour's Shadow Energy and Climate Change Secretary, commenting on the agreement by UN members to tackle climate c...
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