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LOW CARBON LIQUID FUELS PLAY VITAL ROLE IN FUTURE OF OFF-GRID HEATING, SAYS OFTEC...

OFTEC has responded to a call for evidence from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) with a strong case highlighting the...

INDUSTRY UNITES TO DISCUSS FUTURE OF LIQUID FUEL HEATING AT OFTEC ANNUAL CONFERENCE

The development of a low carbon solution to secure the future of liquid fuel heating will be the focal point of OFTEC’s 2018 annual...

‘BEAST FROM THE EAST’ RAISES ALARM BELLS FOR FUTURE ENERGY PLANNING, SAYS OFTEC

The impact of the recent extreme cold weather on the country’s energy supply should raise important questions for politicians as they consider the pathways...
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REA Welcomes New Energy & Climate Change Committee Report

A new report released earlier this week by the Energy and Climate Change Committee on investor confidence in the UK energy sector, has raised...
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Scottish Government Issues Heat Policy Statement

The Scottish Government last week published its Heat Policy Statement (HPS), setting out its approach to working towards decarbonising Scotland’s heat system along with...
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REA Champions Solar And Storage With New Representation Bodies

The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has announced the official launch of UK Solar and its first storage representation body UK Energy Storage. UK Solar will...
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Next Westminster Government Urged To Prioritise Heating Policy

A new independent report entitled Pathways for Heat: Low Carbon Heat for Buildings, published yesterday calls on the next Westminster Government to set heating...

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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...