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The government has confirmed key details of the fourth Contracts for Difference auction, to open in late 2021. The auction’s capacity will increase from 5.8GW in 2019 to 12GW, with offshore wind moved to its own pot. Floating offshore wind projects will be able to bid for contracts for the first time, while onshore wind and solar will be allowed to compete once again. The government has also launched a consultation on a Supply Chain Plan, aimed at “increasing the competitiveness of UK manufacturers”.
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Chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has revealed a higher than expected £155 per megawatt hour "strike price" for offshore wind farms dropping to £135/MWh across 2014 to 2015.
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The Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) has unveiled that the total electricity generated from renewables was up 10 per cent in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same period the previous year.
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The Energy Networks Association is bringing together a repository of smart grid projects data in a website launched today.
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The Water Bill is to be expected "any day" and will allow the secretary of state to set customer service levels which water companies must meet, according to a speech by Defra's Dr Sonia Phippard at the Future Water 2013 conference in London today.
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