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Oil heating industry calls for clarity on BEIS’ ambitions for decarbonising off-grid heat

OFTEC and the Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) have requested urgent clarification from the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) over the...
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Irish Energy Use And CO2 Emissions On The Rise

Provisional energy figures for 2015, published by the Republic of Ireland's Sustainable Energy Authority (SEAI), show mixed results in terms of the country's attempts...
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FPS Welcomes Amber Rudd; Anticipates Positive Change At DECC

Oil heating industry trade association the Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) has welcomed the appointment of Amber Rudd MP, as the new Energy &...
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DECC’s Own Data Shows RHI Isn’t Working, Says OFTEC

In its first year of operation, the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme has failed to attract sufficient support, barely achieving in a whole...
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Labour’s Energy Policy Requires 100 Million More Solar Panels

Labour’s election promise to eliminate carbon from the UK’s electricity supply by 2030 would require an additional 100 million solar panels to be installed...
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#ThinkLPG: Time To Switch From Heating Oil To LPG?

#ThinkLPG is a new campaign to help rural energy users consider all the fuel and technology options available to them today. Already over 100,000...
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Irish Energy Consumption &Emissions Continue To Fall

A new report published by the Republic of Ireland's Sustainable Energy Authority (SEAI) entitled 'Energy in Ireland 1990-2013', has revealed that the country's primary...
Scientists Utilise CO2 To Produce Supercapacitor Material

Oregon Scientists Use CO2 To Produce Lower Cost Supercapacitors

Chemists and engineers at Oregon State University (OSU) in the USA, have discovered a fascinating new way to take some of the atmospheric carbon...
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Rural Energy Pilot Saves Up To £500 On Fuel Bills

Rural cottage dwellers taking part in an energy efficiency pilot scheme in Northern Ireland, could save up to £500 on their annual fuel bills. The Northern...
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Irish Economy Grows, While Energy Use And Emissions Fall

While the Republic of Ireland’s economy showed modest growth last year, the country’s energy use fell 4.6% according to this year’s Energy in Ireland...

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Onshore wind farm investment at risk under government policy, says RenewableUK...

A trade association for renewable energy firms has warned that investment in onshore wind could slide unless the government changes policy, despite a record...