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  • 01 10

    The UK Department for Business Energy & Industrial Strategy: Innov...

    The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has updated on 18th of December 2017 the Guidance on Innovations in the built environment about what the Government is doing regarding the low carbon technologies. The Government funds the research and innovation in the built environment. The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy is planning to invest around £90 million in low carbon heating and energy efficiency options for UK homes and businesses. The Contents of the Guidance are the following: Innovation in the built environment Building for 2050 Investing in Low Carbon Heating Technology Innovation Investing in Building Thermal Efficiency Cet article The UK Department for Business Energy & Industrial Strategy: Innovations in low carbon technologies est apparu en premier sur EHS News - Red-on-Line Blog.+ More

  • 01 10

    The England Environment Agency Charge Proposals from 2018...

    On 12th of December 2017, the Environment Agency has updated the Consultation on proposals to make changes to a number of the charging schemes, setting charges for the period 2018-2023. The changes proposed aim to sustain and improve the regulatory activity, implement a simpler and more transparent charges scheme, and deal with elevated environmental risks. The Agency seeks views and analysis so that it can understand the impacts and benefits, as companies consider them, of the proposals. This consultation is seeking views on the charge proposals which the Environment Agency has developed to take effect in England in April 2018. The new charge proposals cover: Cet article The England Environment Agency Charge Proposals from 2018 est apparu en premier sur EHS News - Red-on-Line Blog.+ More

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