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This week’s edition of Energy highlights includes analysis on the impact of the introduction of the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) and what it means for small-scale generators; the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) publication of the government’s responses to ‘The future for small-scale low-carbon generation: Part A and B’ in respect of SEG; as well as an announcement that it will invest £33m in 32 companies from across the UK to develop the next generation of low-carbon vehicles.
Energy analysis: BEIS has made provisions to introduce the long awaited SEG scheme, intended to provide a route-to-market for smaller generators following closure of the Feed-In Tariff Scheme to new applications on 31 March 2019. We consider the impact of the introduction of the SEG on suppliers and what it means for small-scale generators. See News Analysis: Smart Export Guarantee introduced.
BEIS has released the government’s responses to two consultations—‘The future for small-scale low-carbon generation: Part A’ and ‘The future for small-scale low-carbon generation: Part B’. See: LNB News 10/06/2019 34.
SI 2019/1005: Provisions are made to introduce SEG, which provides for payments to be made by mandated electricity suppliers to small-scale low-carbon generators exporting electricity to the grid in Great Britain. This Order will come into force partly on 1 October 2019 and fully on 1 January 2020. See:
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