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Government wants input on providing heat network zoning

Government wants input on providing heat network zoning: The government is looking for input on its proposed method to deliver heat network zoning in England and to recognise areas where heat networks are the most suitable answer for decarbonising heating. It suggests in a heat network zone, all new buildings, large public sector as well…
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CMA consults on environmental sustainability for net zero

CMA consults on environmental sustainability for net zero: The competition watchdog is looking for views to help advise the government on how competition & consumer systems can better support the UK’s net zero & sustainability ambitions. The start of the consultation comes after Business and Energy Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng asking the Competition and Markets Authority…
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UKOG has plans to explore Arreton

UKOG has plans to explore Arreton UK Oil and Gas (UKOG) have recently applied for an environmental permit that will allow them to explore a proposed new well site in Arreton, located in the Isle of Wight. If the permit is given permision to go ahead, it would allow UKOG to operate at the proposed…
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UK confers on environmental harmful chemicals removal

UK confers on environmental harmful chemicals removal: A consultation concerning plans to monitor, cut & eliminate harmful chemicals from the environment has been initiated  by the government. It has produced the most recent updates to its national plan for Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), these are toxic chemical substances which are slow to degrade, may build…
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Ofgem suggest suppliers repay £1.4bn customer credit

Ofgem suggest suppliers repay £1.4bn customer credit: Ofgem may call on energy suppliers to give back £1.4 billion to customers in Britain because of the latest proposals to limit the amount of customer credit balances they can obtain. This would come in at about £65 per household being sent back automatically, making certain consumers that…
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Landlords & small business given £50m for EV chargers

Landlords & small business given £50m for EV chargers: The government has reported an investment of up to £50 million going to small businesses, landlords & those in leasehold & rented housing to set up charging points for electric vehicles (EVs). The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), that offers up to £350 in order to…
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Wales lays out deal to turn into fly-tipping & litter-free

Wales lays out deal to turn into fly-tipping & litter-free: The Welsh Government is asking the public to guarantee everyone is involved in eradicating litter & fly-tipping all over the country. It has highlighted a new Scientists caution not all tree planting is beneficialto enforce the issue & make Wales a fly-tipping and litter-free country…
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Ireland discuss new support for microgeneration tech

Ireland discuss new support for microgeneration tech: The Irish Government has opened a consultation concerning microgeneration technologies with a new support scheme. Although there are a variety of grant schemes for the initiative of renewable energy technologies in Ireland, there is no support system for microgeneration technologies, for instance micro-solar, micro-wind, micro-hydro & micro-renewable combined…
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Ofwat consults on what water sector could be like by 2040

Ofwat consults on what water sector could be like by 2040: Ofwat has initiated a consultation & is welcoming ideas on what the water sector throughout England and Wales should look like by 2040. The regulator claims the water sector could play a “powerful role” in protecting & enhancing the environment and accomplishing net zero…
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Ofgem may increase price cap of energy bills by £21

Ofgem may increase price cap of energy bills by £21: Households throughout  the UK could see an rise in their energy bills as Ofgem contemplates raising the price cap to allow for the recovery of added debt-related costs as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. The regulator is advising on amending the default tariff cap,…
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