Greenstone Finance and Aurium Capital Markets have bought the business and assets of the Green Deal Finance Company (GDFC), the body set up to manage the government’s home energy efficiency scheme.
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A public inquiry into Northern Ireland’s botched green energy scheme has been agreed by the province’s political parties.
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The government has not achieved value for money from the £100 million it spent on the competition for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration project, the National Audit Office (NAO) has concluded in a report.
Half of Scotland’s heat, transport and electrical power needs could be met by renewables by 2030, according to the Scottish Government’s first energy strategy, now out for consultation.
The government has challenged industry to bring forward proposals for government support to “transform and upgrade” their sectors through ‘Sector Deals’.
National Grid is going back to first principles to simplify and streamline the demand-side response (DSR) and other services it procures through the Power Responsive initiative.
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“Ofgem needs to demonstrate some leadership” and set the strategic direction it has signposted in its consultation.
David Clubb argues that rural communities unsure about how Brexit will affect subsidies should not discount the opportunities for energy projects