Energy Minister invites responses to green Red Tape Challenge

James S Murray
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CRC, reporting requirements, and pit ponies legislation in firing line as firms invited to comment on 300 energy and climate regulations

The Department of Energy and Climate (DECC) has launched a review of around 300 separate pieces of legislation as part of the government's high-profile Red Tape Challenge, and is inviting businesses, NGOs...

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