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Energy Efficiency Regulations In Scotland: Warmer Homes For Private Tenants
Energy efficiency is a national infrastructure priority for the Scottish Government, which has a long-term strategy to make Scotland's buildings "warmer, greener and more efficient".
UK
23 Jul 2019
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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) – One Year On
The principal provisions of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into force on 1 April 2018. One year on, we look back to consider the effect MEES
UK
20 Jun 2019
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Ofwat And The Future Of The Water Industry – Three Things You Need To Know
On 2 May 2019, Ofwat, the water industry regulator for England and Wales, unveiled its emerging thinking on the future regulatory framework for the water sector.
UK
29 May 2019
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The Creation Of A "Super-Regulator" For The Utilities Sector: Moving The Deck Chairs?
Following the Autumn 2018 Budget, the Government has recently launched a consultation on how to encourage greater innovation in the utilities sectors.
UK
15 Jan 2019
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Water And Sewerage Infrastructure: Securing Resilience
The Victorians left us an incredible legacy of water and sewerage infrastructure across England and Wales but modern approaches to regulation have struggled to stimulate continued water company...
UK
7 Dec 2018
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Scotland In 2050: Clean Energy – Realising Our Potential, Domestically And Internationally
Many of the advancements in offshore wind, floating wind and tidal energy markets – from concept to commercial viability – were made in this country, and Scotland is now the envy of the world,
UK
30 Nov 2018
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Scotland In 2050: Oil And Gas - Opportunities In Price Recovery
The oil and gas sector has seen significant changes over the past few years, led by a significant reduction in global oil prices.
UK
26 Oct 2018
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Blockchain And The Energy Market
The energy sector has been relatively slow to adopt blockchain technology.
UK
22 Oct 2018
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Direct Procurement For Customers: Managing Change, Managing Performance, Managing Disputes
On 3 September water companies in England and Wales submitted their business plans to regulator, Ofwat who are now in an intense period of assessing and ranking those plans.
UK
8 Oct 2018
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CMA Report Calls For Greater Regulation In The Heat Network Sector
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published its final report in its Heat Networks Market Study on 29 July 2018.
UK
10 Sep 2018
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Shining A Light: Resolving Contested Energy Sector Enforcement Cases
Given the substantial financial penalties imposed by the UK's economic regulators it is surprising that, unlike competition law enforcement cases, very few regulatory enforcement cases have ever been the subject of contested proceedings.
UK
30 Aug 2018
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Opportunities Abound For Offshore Wind: Will Scotland Capitalise?
The renewables sector in Scotland has every reason to be cheerful based on announcements this week confirming May 2019 for the next auction for Contracts for Difference and further auctions every two years.
UK
3 Aug 2018
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Self-Supply Or Help To Buy? Ofwat, Self-Supply And The Role Of TPIs
Over in the business water retail market, in March this year Ofwat made refinements to the process for applying for a self-supply licence.
UK
6 Jul 2018
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Scottish Government Launch Offshore Wind Sectoral Marine Plan Scoping Consultation
Following the announcement from the Crown Estate Scotland (CES) of its intention to run a further leasing round for commercial scale offshore wind energy projects in Scottish Waters ...
UK
25 Jun 2018
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Scottish Crown Estate Bill - Threat Or Opportunity For Offshore Renewables?
The bill, following the devolution of the Crown Estate in Scotland to the Scottish Parliament, will introduce a framework for its future management.
UK
13 Apr 2018
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The Rallying Cry For Offshore Wind
The UK is at the forefront of the global offshore wind market, but just how big a share of electricity demand could it satisfy?
UK
13 Apr 2018
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Irish Water Restructure Offers Big Opportunities For UK Firms
The eyes of the UK water sector could soon be firmly focused on Ireland as the country is about to see huge changes in the running of its own water system.
UK
17 Sep 2012
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Beyond Nuclear - Scotland´s Energy Options
Hunterston B power plant was shut down earlier this month amid fears regarding temperature controls. This shut down comes within only a few weeks of the plant reopening following the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII) concluding that the plant should be allowed to operate once more.
UK
11 Jul 2007
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