Monday, October 18, 2021

Targeted Charges delay and help for Energy Managers

Scanned whilst home alone...  The last time I sat and put fingertips to keyboard, the world was a very different place. We worked in offices,...

Sing it out for decarbonising heat and transport

Scanned whilst entertaining myself with quarantine karaoke...  It was partway through a private parody rendition of Eminem’s “Without Me” that I realised there’s a small...

Inquiry into Govt Emissions Ambitions, Energy Performance data goes public and Excise Duty on...

Following the commitment in law to becoming carbon neutral by 2050, the focus now shifts onto how this will be achieved. The Environmental Audit Committee...

Free Money for Heat Networks, Improved data access for water retailers and Code changes...

The policy makers must have been in Bank Holiday mode last week as there’s only a few things to update you on; however for...

Wind Power blows high prices away, BEIS wants better Biomass Specs and Ofgem gets...

On the day we discover that Boris broke the law by proroguing Parliament, here at ICON we are preparing for yet more uncertainty, hoping...

Green Gas Levy and public flex registers

Officially in our fifth week of lockdown and the novelty is, if we're honest, starting to wear off. We’ve started to not only accept but...

Money for Industry and your MEES gets higher

Firstly, I need to apologise for the lack of a policy report last week. This week’s issue mops up all the outstanding updates but...

RO admin costs up 25%; support for steel and GAs AMR

Against a background of Brexit bewilderment, the one thing British business needs is a bit of certainty regards our future. Well, I can’t offer political...

Rebecca Gaskill shares her thoughts on the government reshuffle

There was a radical change when he first came to office. Of the 29 Ministers in Theresa May’s cabinet, 18 were replaced either through...

Green Finance Plan heralds changes to energy ratings, Ofwat seeks changes to Welsh contestable...

The ratification of the Draft “Net Zero” legislation last week means the UK is now officially the first major global economy to commit to...