Department of Energy
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Two British entrepreneurs have been awarded a share of over £5million to spur on innovation in energy storage.
Michael Fallon responds to the draft Public Health England Review of the 'Potential public health impacts of exposures to chemical and radioactive pollutants as a result of shale gas extraction'.
Reforms to make the energy market competitive and work in the public interest unveiled as part of the Annual Energy Statement 2013
Oral statement to Parliament by Edward Davey.
The latest provisional monthly energy statistics produced by the Department of Energy and Climate Change were released on 31 October 2013 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.
Speech by Minister for Climate Change, Greg Barker, at the EU Ocean Energy Association conference in Edinburgh
Over 21,000 people save an average £131 on their energy bills thanks to collective switching
Government response: Response to the Which? press notice “Cut the Big Six energy companies down to size, George”
Government response to the Which? press notice “Cut the Big Six energy companies down to size, George” of 29 October 2013.
EU climate change Ministers set their vision for a low carbon economy at the European Green Growth Summit in Brussels
Information and advice from government departments and agencies about the storm that has been causing disruption to parts of the UK.
Edward Davey's response to the news that the Ineos petrochemical plant at Grangemouth is to reopen.
Scottish Secretary says Grangemouth staff can look to the future with optimism.
A £500,000 fund aimed at raising the skill set of domestic heating engineers to enable them to install and maintain renewable heating systems.
The government has published a call for evidence on the balance of competence between the United Kingdom and the European Union on energy.
57 social landlords across Great Britain have been awarded a share of £5 million to get more renewable heating into the homes of tenants.
Alistair Carmichael responds to INEOS announcement that the petrochemical plant at Grangemouth is to close.
Response by Edward Davey to an urgent question on the situation at the Grangemouth Petrochemicals Complex and Refinery.
A written ministerial statement from Edward Davey, Energy Secretary, on the Grangemouth refinery and petrochemicals plant in Scotland.
Edward Davey's response to the INEOS announcement that the Grangemouth petrochemicals business is to go into administration.
The government has taken the necessary steps to allow BP to restart production on the Rhum gas field in the North Sea.
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