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  • Trade Union Act 2016: consultation on the Certification Officer’s levy

    The Certification Officer is responsible for statutory functions relating to trade unions and employers’ associations. We're seeking views on the proposed implementation of section 20 of the Trade Union Act 2016 . This gives the Certification Officer the power to impose a levy on trade... More
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  • Controlling the costs of biomass conversion and co-firing under the Renewables Obligation (RO)

    This consultation seeks views from interested parties on proposals for controlling the costs of non-grandfathered biomass conversion and co-firing units under the Renewables Obligation, to apply from 1 April 2018 (subject to the outcome of this consultation and Parliamentary approval). The two... More
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  • The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive: Further Proposed Amendments

    The Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) was introduced to bridge the gap between the cost of renewable heating systems and conventional alternatives. It is open to business, public sector and non-profit organisations. The Government is keen to ensure that the Non-domestic RHI continues... More
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  • Revised requirements for radiological protection: regulation of public exposures and the justification of practices

    We are setting out proposals for the transposition of the public exposures and justification aspects of the 2013 Euratom Basic Safety Standards Directive. The 2013 Euratom Basic Safety Standards Directive (2013/59/EURATOM) lays down safety standards for protecting against the dangers... More
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  • Revised requirements for radiological protection: emergency preparedness and response

    We're consulting on how to transpose the emergency preparedness elements of the Basic Safety Standards Directive 2013 (BSSD 2013). This consultation is relevant to those working with radiological material, in particular where an emergency as a result of that work might have an impact on... More
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  • Call for evidence on the reform of the Green Deal Framework

    This call for evidence is to improve our knowledge of stakeholders’ views on the Green Deal Framework, and whether there is scope for changing the Framework so that it can better support current and future needs. We are seeking views on the Framework as a whole, all the elements within it and... More
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  • Leading by Example: Cutting energy bills and carbon emissions in the wider public and higher education sectors. A Call for Evidence

    We are interested in evidence and views about the action required to realise carbon and energy savings across the wider public and higher education sectors in England over the next 10 years. We particularly welcome your comments on the introduction of a voluntary emissions target for the wider... More
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  • Downstream oil supply resilience

    BEIS is consulting on possible new measures which aim to maintain the security of fuel supply to consumers. The proposed measures would apply to companies operating in the downstream oil sector and form part of a wider package of proposed reforms to Government’s approach to the protection of... More
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  • Industrial Heat Recovery Support Programme

    Government plans to introduce a support programme to increase industry confidence in identifying and investing in opportunities for recovering and reusing waste heat from industrial processes and increase the deployment of recoverable heat technologies in industry. This will allow industry to... More
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  • Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting

    We're seeking views on the UK government’s proposals for a streamlined and more effective energy and carbon reporting framework. Reporting is proposed to be done within companies’ annual reports, which shareholders can request, and are filed with and made available by Companies House. It... More
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  • National Security and Infrastructure Investment Review

    We're seeking views on how the Government can best ensure that investments and takeovers do not raise national security concerns. The UK follows an economic model that thrives on openness to trade. This has served the country well over the years. However, such a model can only be effective if... More
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  • Building a market for energy efficiency: Call for Evidence

    This Call for Evidence outlines a range of barriers to investment in energy efficiency on both the demand and supply side; invites views about the role of Government in overcoming those barriers and stimulating the market through more direct interventions; and considers a range of potential... More
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