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Local Energy understands that a draft Statutory Instrument – the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme Order 2013 – was laid before parliament on 4th March. The Order is expected to replace the current legislation by May, in time to implement revised … Continued
Local Energy is now an authorised Green Deal Provider (GDPA124). We are available to work with local authorities, public sector bodies and private sector landlords on Green Deal and ECO. Any potential installer or GDAO who wishes to work … Continued
The Government has announced its improvements to the FIT scheme following the Phase 1 consultation on solar PV. It has also published two further consultations: Comprehensive Review Phase 2A on solar PV cost controls, closing on 3rd April, and Phase … Continued
The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has today published a new draft of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme allocation regulations. There are three key points of interest: Dates for purchase and allocation of allowances Price of allowances … Continued
‘The Rough Guide to Community Energy’ is a recently launched free book that encourages people to launch carbon-cutting and renewable-energy projects in their local communities. According to the Guardian: “The book covers everything from setting up a group, to picking a … Continued
Local Energy’s Chief Executive Andy Johnston comments in a Guardian Article
After the launch on 23 November of the Green Deal consultation, and the announcement shortly after that an extra £200 million will be allocated by the treasury to ensure uptake Karen Lawrence, head of consulting here at Local Energy, shares … Continued
Last week, Karen Lawrence, head of CRC and Consultancy here at Local Energy took part in a Guardian Q&A that explored how to be the greenest local authority ever. Karen said: The idea that ‘being green’ costs more needs to … Continued