Department of Energy and Climate Change


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Department of Energy and Climate Change

A department of the British government responsible for managing and advising government energy policy. For example, it oversees efforts to gradually decrease the United Kingdom's reliance on fossil fuels. It was created in 2009, but existed in various forms at various times during the 20th century.
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A copy of the Environmental Report may be obtained by sending an e-mail or letter request to Mr RB Kiff, Department of Energy and Climate Change, at the addresses below.
Members of the public who wish to express an opinion regarding the draft plan/ programme and Environmental Report are invited to do so by e-mail or letter addressed to: Mr RB Kiff Department of Energy and Climate Change Energy Development Unit 3 Whitehall Place London SW1A 2HH E-mail: Ricki.
Will Cavendish, Director-General, International Energy and Climate Change, Department of Energy and Climate Change of the UK, said: "We look forward to the meeting in Abu Dhabi, and to continuing our close cooperation with the UAE as we work towards a successful meeting in London next year.
It was announced today that policy responsibility for regulation of energy-using products will transfer from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
In 2012, the British Department of Energy and Climate Change announced plans develop 16 GW of nuclear power capacity by 2025.
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