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04 Apr 2012
The Government has set out its plans for reducing the carbon emissions caused by heating homes, buildings and offices, with a view to cutting emissions entirely by 2050.
The Government has published details of its plans to encourage the development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology in the UK including funding packages and investment incentives.
30 Mar 2012
E.ON and RWE npower will not proceed with plans to develop their Horizon Nuclear Power joint venture project, the energy companies have announced.
28 Mar 2012
The Government has published proposals (92-page / 1MB PDF) which it claims will save businesses "millions of pounds" in the cost of complying with the controversial Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC).
27 Mar 2012
A new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) for England comes into force today.
It is "no surprise" that the Government's planning policy for airports remains "in a holding pattern" as a result of the new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), a planning and aviation expert has said.
New procurement rules will help “level the playing field” for European firms bidding in international public procurement markets by forcing foreign countries to allow EU companies to bid for projects, the European Commission has said.
The Government has been denied the opportunity to appeal to the Supreme Court in over its "legally flawed" decision to reduce subsidies to businesses and homes which use solar panels to generate renewable energy.
23 Mar 2012
The Government has approved oil giant BP's application to drill the deepwater North Uist well, northwest of Shetland.
Foreign investors in the Indonesian mining industry will have to renegotiate their contracts after the Government reduced their maximum stake in the country's mines from 80% to 49%.