Tag archive: DECC

ELN (Energy Live News) interviewed DECC Minister Gregory Barker as he was leaving ecoConnect’s Green Deal Policy Forum this week. See it here! http://www.energylivenews.com/2011/12/15/greg-barker-defends-the-governments-green-record/

ecoConnect seeks to determine your views on the UK Government’s proposals for green and low carbon industry (cleantech). We greatly value your input and would appreciate you taking one or two minutes to complete our pulse survey on 7 multiple choice questions concerning the impact of Government policy on UK cleantech industry. Here is the…

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) last week published its decision on the FIT Review consultation. The Government has decided to proceed with its decision to slash the FIT rates for installations with a declared net capacity of greater than 50kW. There has been some better news for small-scale Anaerobic Digestion (AD),…

Once again, James La Terriere brings the latest round up on what went down in cleantech last week: Company News, UK News, European Goodies, Global Stuff. Click HERE to catch up

After our January industry survey, which showed massive uncertainty and concern by over 500 cleantech leaders in the UK Government’s ability to act and not just talk, we thought it would be a good idea to invite  the Prime Minister to address our Leaders in Cleantech CEO Lunch in May. We thought it a great…

Once again, James La Terriere reports on the week that was: Chris Huhnes rattles solar investors with a feed in tariff review, a number of UK technologies try to break into the mainstream, a radioactive looking electric Mercedes makes its debut in Detroit and why, in the Techie Corner, Mercedes engineers should be considering how…

At our Green in the City COP 16 review. ecoConnect asked David Hill from DECC to provide insight into a new program they initiated during the last UK Trade Mission to China. Here it is. They initiated a Memorandum of Understanding on Low Carbon Cooperation earlier this month between the UK Government and China’s National…

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