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UK Government Moves From The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme To Emissions Reporting
The Government confirmed in March 2016 that it would abolish the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC) from the end of the 2018/19 compliance year.
UK
6 Aug 2018
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Budget 2016 – Key Announcements for the Environment, Planning and Energy Sectors
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, today delivered his eighth Budget in the House of Commons.
UK
16 Mar 2016
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UK Budget 2014 – Chancellor Slashes Carbon Taxes On Businesses By £7 Billion
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, today delivered his 2014 Budget Speech in the House of Commons. Reacting to business concerns about rising energy costs, the Chancellor announced a package of measures aimed at cutting carbon taxes on energy by £7 billion by 2018 - 2019.
UK
20 Mar 2014
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UK Budget 2013 - Implications For The Energy Sector
Contrary to controversy surrounding shale gas exploration in European countries, Mr Osborne announced the introduction of a new tax regime designed to promote investment into the industry.
UK
21 Mar 2013
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The Autumn Statement: Bad News For Business - The CRC Gets A Reprieve
Contrary to expectation within the business community, the Chancellor has announced in his Autumn Statement that the CRC has been granted a reprieve.
UK
6 Dec 2012
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Shale Gas: The UK Announces Tax Incentives
On 8 October 2012, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, announced that the British Government will soon be consulting on "a generous new tax regime for shale so that Britain is not left behind as gas prices tumble on the other side of the Atlantic".
UK
22 Oct 2012
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Budget 2012 – Osborne Signals Death Knell for CRC?
George Osborne has just made a key announcement, which will affect a large number of our clients: he has said that unless significant savings can be made in the administration costs for businesses of complying with the CRC, he will bring forward proposals in the Autumn to replace the CRC with a green tax
UK
21 Mar 2012
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The United Kingdom Seeks To Stimulate Renewable Energy Investment
Major reform is afoot as the United Kingdom’s coalition government seeks to transform the United Kingdom into a "greener" and more competitive economy, while also ensuring the country’s future energy needs.
UK
16 Dec 2011
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The Energy Bill Receives Royal Assent
The Energy Bill received Royal Asset on 18th October 2011, passing into law as the Energy Act 2011 (the "Act").
UK
25 Oct 2011
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Government Publishes Electricity Market Reform White Paper
On 12 July, the UK Government published its much anticipated White Paper on Electricity Market Reform, alongside its Renewables Roadmap.
UK
11 Aug 2011
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Streamlining The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme
As part of its ongoing programme to reduce the regulatory burden faced by businesses, the Government last week published details of the changes it intends to make to simplify the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme ("CRC").
UK
15 Jul 2011
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Government Announces Consultation on "Fundamental" Reform of the Low-Carbon Energy Market
Chris Huhne, the Energy and Climate Change Secretary, today announced a Government consultation on low-carbon energy reform that will "reshape this market more fundamentally than at any time since the 1980s".
UK
22 Dec 2010
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The United Kingdom Introduces Feed-in-Tariffs
An EU-wide framework for renewable energies was introduced in 2009 under the Renewable Energy Directive (Directive). This legislation created a legally binding commitment for Member States to achieve the Directive requirement that 20 percent of the European Union's overall energy consumption come from renewable sources by 2020.
UK
8 Nov 2010
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The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC) Became Law Yesterday: What Does This Mean for You?
The CRC, a new mandatory carbon trading scheme which will affect most businesses with electricity bills of over £500,000 in 2008, became law on 17 March.
UK
23 Mar 2010
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UK Government Gets Serious About Carbon Capture
The UK Government has now unveiled its industrial strategy for the development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), showing its intent for the UK to become a global leader in these new technologies.
UK
23 Mar 2010
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What you need to do to get ready for the Carbon Reduction Commitment
If your organisation spent more than £500,000 on electricity across its UK sites in 2008, you are likely to have to comply with a new regulation called the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) which is aimed at curbing carbon emissions.
UK
29 Sep 2009
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