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 may also be inspected between 10am and 4pm on business days at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, Energy Development Unit, 3 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2HH.
Contract award: CONTRACT TITLE OF PROCUREMENT: CONTRACT FOR THE PROVISION OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE URBAN COMMUNITY ENERGY FUND TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE.
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.
Under the UK s move of low carbon trade in the East African region, Gregory Barker MP, State Minister for Energy and Climate Change, the Department of Energy and Climate Change of the UK was in Addis Ababa on trade assignment on Thursday for having discussions with the local private sector players regarding collaboration on common benefits to tap the vast prospects in renewable energy segment in Ethiopia.
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