Goodban, Derek
January 2011
Utility Week;1/21/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
The article offers information on a consultation issued by published the British Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) in 2010 on proposals for reforms of the electricity industry. According to the British government, the proposals would set the framework for the most fundamental reform of the electricity market since its privatisation in the 1990s. The article mentions that the consultation considers a number of proposals for establishing the Climate Change Levy carbon price support rates.


Related Articles

  • Increased greenhouse gas targets for biomass offer little challenge.  // ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Sep2012, Issue 452, p38 

    The article discusses Great Britain's energy and climate department (DECC) proposal for overhaul of sustainability targets for biomass which are believed unlikely to improve current practices since they are already being met by major energy producers. The proposal calls for plants burning...

  • Policy uncertainty will cripple electricity reform. Brennan, Paul // Utility Week;2/10/2012, p11 

    The author offers information on the Electricity Market Reform (EMR) project in Great Britain. He argues that the project does not believe in the ability of market mechanisms to attract investment to deliver a security of supply. An overview of the three components of the EMR is offered. The...

  • Decc consultation on new grid access plan. Wood, Janet // Utility Week;9/4/2009, p29 

    The article reports that a consultation on its electricity grid access plan is being conducted by the Great Britain Department of Energy & Climate Change (Decc). According to Energy Secretary Ed Miliband, renewable energy power has been hindered by access to the electricity grid. The...

  • "If there are delays, the key will be clarity of explanation and helping people to understand that the goal is still being delivered.". Dann, Lucinda // Utility Week;10/2/2015, p8 

    The article presents the views of Sacha Deshmukh, chief executive officer of Smart Energy GB, on a campaign for promotion of smart meters. Topics discussed include advantages of using animated characters in the campaign, raising public awareness by electricity suppliers on the use of smart...

  • Call in the experts for… expertise.  // Utility Week;5/13/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 18, p31 

    The article covers issues of interest to public utilities in Great Britain as of May 2011. Some experts have been seconded by the Department of Energy and Climate Change to work on Electricity Market Reform (EMR). The company Thames Water has been dealing with a series of skirmishes over sites...

  • Did the big six sign up for this? Wood, Janet // Utility Week;7/8/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 26, p12 

    The author reflects on the possibility of German energy supplier RWE of quitting the British market. She analyzes the move in light of the planned electricity market reform of the British Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc). Possible reasons of why RWE would leave the British market...

  • Deregulation, deregulation, deregulation. Kaminski, Isabella // ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Mar2015, Issue 481, p3 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the demand and need for action on food waste in Great Britain, British businesses that appreciate the importance of an intelligent regulatory framework, and the Department of Energy...

  • A capacity for narrative. Hatchwell, Paul // ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Apr2016, Issue 494, p3 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the energy policy in Great Britain proposed by Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC), the DECC reforms, and energy resources finance.

  • Freuds nets Green Deal task. Owens, John // PRWeek (London);1/11/2013, p2 

    The article reports that Freud Communications was called in by Britain's Department of Energy & Climate Change for a 3 million British pounds campaign to help the government sell its Green Deal to the public.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics