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  • The government consulted on proposed changes to the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme in December 2017, and has published its response.They are now seeking further views on how decisions on matters covered in that consultation will be implemented into the CfD scheme.Consultation opened: 30 Augus...

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  • "This consultation seeks views on a number of proposed changes to the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme to ensure it continues to support low carbon electricity generation at the lowest possible cost to consumers. CfDs incentivise investment in renewable energy by providing developers of project...

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  • Seeking views on the proposed 2018-2019, 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 operational cost budgets and resulting levies for the Low Carbon Contracts Company (LCCC) and the Electricity Settlements Company (ESC). We would also like your views on a proposal to amend legislation so that the levies can be set mor...

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  • Both onshore wind and solar power will be eligible for support again under the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme, after the government set out details of the next round of its renewables support scheme, which opens in 2021. The next round also includes proposals to include floating offshore...

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  • Continued, large-scale growth of offshore wind power will require a significant contribution from new floating turbines, according to a joint report from trade associations RenewableUK and Scottish Renewables: Floating Wind – The UK Industry Ambition. Indeed floating technology is necessary for the ...

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