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E.ON ‘paid £6m to Age UK to promote expensive tariffs to pensioners’

Britain’s largest elderly care charity has encouraged pensioners to sign up for expensive energy tariffs in return for £6million a year, according to an investigation.

Age UK linked up with power giant E.ON last year to recommend a special energy package for pensioners typically costing £1,049 a year, which was £245 more than on the company’s cheapest 2015 rate.

.The SunThere are around 152,000 customers signed up to the two year deal, meaning pensioners have overspent £37million in a year, according to

And Ofsted now pays a lot of attention to SMSC when deciding whether your school is 'outstanding', 'inadequate' or somewhere in between.

(Although this website is concerned mainly with primary and secondary education, the British values and Prevent agendas affect early years provision too. childminders and early years providersThis page on childcare.co.uk explains how British values and Prevent requirements affect .)

But what are 'British values'?

According to Ofsted, 'fundamental British values' are:

  • democracy
  • the rule of law
  • individual liberty
  • mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.


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The Department for Transport has been co-ordinating a cross-departmental effort to promote cycling, in particular with Defra and the Department of Health. For example Transport and Health Ministers shared a platform at the Leicester Active Travel Conference in November to promote better working between public health and transport planners. We now plan to take this further by establishing a project team involving more departments and stakeholders.

EMR Budget

Technology Groupings and Competition

Our ultimate aim is that all technologies should move to competitive allocation as soon as it is appropriate to do so, with the eventual aim of technology neutral auctions for all low carbon generation.

We recognise that not all technologies are currently at the same level of development. So a technology neutral auction at this point would result in high levels of deployment of a small number of technologies with technologies which are currently more expensive, but which have the potential for further industry development and cost reduction, unlikely to secure CFDs and deploy.

We are introducing competition within two groupings: established and less established technologies. The move to immediate competition reflects the need to manage the budget effectively, ensure value for money and bring the scheme in line with EU guidance on renewables and new State Aid guidelines.

The government’s policy on technology groups and competitive allocation can be found on the Further consultation on allocation of Contracts for Difference page.

Budget notice

Final CFD budget notice for the autumn 2014 CFD allocation round

This document is the CFD budget notice that the Secretary of State has given to the EMR Delivery Body, National Grid, ahead of the first allocation round that occured in October 2014. This followed on from the draft budget notice which was released three months ahead of the round opening to provide visibility and certainty for investors, enabling them to prepare their applications.

The budget notice set out what is required of the Delivery Body for the allocation round, as per the allocation regulations 2014; and is accompanied by explanatory notes with respect to biomass conversion, future allocation rounds and remaining budget, maxima and minima, and Scottish Islands Onshore wind projects. The budget notice should be read in conjunction with the explanatory notes.

£300million will be allocated to renewables projects this autumn in the first CFD auction. This is a near 50% increase of the £205 million indicative budget announced in July. This budget will be split between two “pots”: one for more established technologies, such as onshore wind and solar PV, and one for less established technologies such as offshore wind.

This means that we are releasing budget as follows for the first allocation round commencing 16 October 2014:

  • Pot 1 (established technologies): we intend to release for allocation in the 2014 allocation round £50m for projects commissioning in 2015/16, and an additional £15m for projects commissioning from 2016/17 onwards.

  • Pot 2 (less established technologies): we intend to release for allocation in the 2014 allocation round £155m for projects commissioning in 2016/17 onwards, and an additional £80m for projects commissioning from 2017/18 onwards.

  • Pot 3: No budget released in 2014. Decisions on budget for the 2015 allocation round will be taken in 2015.

Pot 1 (established technologies): we intend to release for allocation in the 2014 allocation round £50m for projects commissioning in 2015/16, and an additional £15m for projects commissioning from 2016/17 onwards.

Pot 2 (less established technologies): we intend to release for allocation in the 2014 allocation round £155m for projects commissioning in 2016/17 onwards, and an additional £80m for projects commissioning from 2017/18 onwards.

Pot 3: No budget released in 2014. Decisions on budget for the 2015 allocation round will be taken in 2015.

While we have increased the CFD budgets since our indicative budget in July, the increase in budget comes within the Levy Control Framework cap – and so does not have impacts on bills in addition to those already announced.

Levy Control Framework

The Levy Control Framework (LCF) sets annual limits on the overall costs of all DECC’s low carbon electricity levy-funded policies to control public expenditure paid for through consumer energy bills. The LCF was extended to 2020/21 specifically for low carbon electricity policies to inform decisions on new mechanisms, and has been set at a level which will enable us to cost-effectively meet our low carbon and renewables ambitions.

For more detail see Chapter 1 in handbookEMRthe Implementing .

Route to Market under CFDs

Independent renewable generators play an important role in delivery investment in renewables: they have a significant pipeline of projects and support competition and innovation.

DECC has developed the Offtaker of Last Resort mechanism to provide independent renewable generators with access to a ‘backstop PPA’ at a minimum price. The OLR guarantees eligible renewable CFD generators a route-to-market, reducing the risks that they face, and in doing so:

  • reduces the cost of investment in renewable electricity generation,
  • boosts competition, and
  • ultimately lowers costs to consumers.

For more detail see Chapter 2 in handbookEMRthe Implementing .

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You cannot promote listings that are no longer active – whether they’ve sold, expired or you’ve ended them manually.

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