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Non-Domestic RHI- Have your say…

UK BCSD are putting together a formal response to the DECC non-domestic RHI consultation which is open until 20th December. To date the main focus of the RHI has been to maximise the cost effective deployment of renewable heat, addressing key issues and extending the scheme to cover o
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Skills minister Matthew Hancock delivered the key note speech at this years Skills Roadshow.

Speaking about how the government is strengthening vocational education he talks about the importance of responsive and rigorous and training to support current and future employees. To view the full speech click here Comments welcome via victoria@bcsd-uk.co.uk
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Training voucher scheme launched to help industry install renewable heating systems

A £500,000 fund aimed at raising the skill set of domestic heating engineers so they can install and maintain renewable heating systems has been set up by Energy Secretary Edward Davey today. The voucher scheme will be backed up by an apprenticeship initiative that will encourage peop
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Open consultation – Review of UK and EU balance of competences: call for evidence on competition and consumer policy

The government is carrying out a review of the balance of competences between the UK and the EU. The review will provide an analysis of what the EUdoes and how it affects the UK. The Review of the balance of competencies detailed guide provides full details of the review programme. Th
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Open consultation – Review of UK and EU balance of competences: call for evidence on cohesion policy

The government is carrying out a review of the balance of competences between the UK and the EU. The review will provide an analysis of what the EU does and how it affects the UK. The Review of the balance of competencies detailed guide provides full details of the review programme. T
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IPCC Report – Key Messages

                  IPCC – CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT 2013 KEY MESSAGES  1. Scientists are now 95% certain that humans are the dominant cause of global warming. The head of the UN WMO said “it is extremely likely that changes in our climate system in the past half century are due to human in
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