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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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Companies that provide smart meter communications services, not energy suppliers, will have responsibility for in home communications hubs under government proposals released today. However, the government wants energy suppliers to make the case that they should have that responsibility instead.
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PR14 will be a bigger, bumpier ride than PR09. Preparation needs to start now, warn Greg Bradley and Mike Nugent
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Outgoing chair of Northern Ireland's Utility Regulator Peter Matthews would have liked to have seen more progress on pan-utility regulation on his watch, but is nonetheless proud of achievements. He tells Karma Ockenden
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The cost of adopting private sewers has come in below or at the lower end of expectations and largely been absorbed by water companies. That was the picture emerging from annual reports six months after the transfer of more than 200,000km of pipes into water company hands.
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