24 Jul '12, 9am

Reports: Renewable energy subsidy changes pencilled in for this week

A delayed government announcement on changes to renewable energy subsidies could be made this week, according to reports suggesting officials are nearing a compromise agreement after a high-profile row between the Treasury and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) over the future direction of the UK's energy policy. Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey last week delayed an announcement on a banding review of the Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) regime, after his department failed to reach an agreement with the Treasury over the level of cuts to subsidies for new onshore wind farms. FURTHER READING Green businesses slam chancellor for 'meddling' with UK's low carbon future Osborne’s gas-land vision - 10 questions the Chancellor must answer... The standoff prompted fierce criticism from renewable energy firms and the CBI, who are concerned projects...

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