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Monthly Archives: July 2012

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UK Energy Bill ‘Now Unworkable’

Chris Hurcombe July 25, 2012

Committee chairman Tim Yeo MP and his colleagues were tasked with evaluating the claims that the new draft Energy Bill is set to move Britain “to a secure, more efficient, low-carbon energy system in a cost-effective way” – but the MP for Suffolk South declared that it takes far too greater risk in doing the polar opposite.

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Energy Price Increase Due

admin July 18, 2012

Large-scale projects designed to improve the UK’s major gas and electricity grids will add another £15 to household bills within a decade, according to energy regulator Ofgem. A report filed yesterday shows that Ofgem believes around £22bn needs to be spent to improve the current energy systems across the UK, with a number of ‘critical infrastructure projects’ requiring action within the next decade.

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Britain’s Next Energy Crisis

admin July 4, 2012

A new report commissioned by environmental group ‘Friends of the Earth’ warns that the UK could be heading for an uncertain energy future, thanks to gaps in environmental policy. Despite encouraging results in Wales and a bright commercial energy structure in place in Scotland, fear is now rising over the barriers that are limiting investment in renewable energy.

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Energy Market Brief July 2012

admin July 1, 2012

Energy Market Brief July 2012 Energy prices fall as economic picture remains unclear – GB wholesale power and gas prices in June followed the falls in the wider markets as growth in China and the US seemed to falter and the debt crisis continued to affect the European economy.  Annual coal hit a 20-month low… Continue Reading »

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