Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Bill

Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Bill

Session 2005-06
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Short Title of the Bill
Make provision about the reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases, the alleviation of fuel poverty, the promotion of microgeneration and the use of heat produced from renewable sources, compliance with building regulations relating to emissions of greenhouse gases and the use of fuel and power, the renewables obligation relating to the generation and supply of electricity and the adjustment of transmission charges for electricity; and for connected purposes.

Extract from Explanatory Note produced by Government Department   
The Bill incorporates a wide variety of measures covering the role of local authorities and parish councils, microgeneration, energy efficiency, Building Regulations, dynamic demand technologies, community energy schemes and renewable heat, and electricity from renewable sources. It also imposes a number of reporting requirements on the Government in relation to greenhouse gas emissions, progress towards our energy efficiency target, progress on implementing the microgeneration strategy and steps taken to promote community energy projects and renewable heat. (Source: Explanatory Note Bill 106-EN)



Bill Information

Latest       
This Bill has now received Royal Assent
 
  Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Act 2006 Chapter 19 (OPSI website)

 
  Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Act 2006 Chapter 19 PDF (OPSI website)

Earlier documents    
This Bill has now received Royal Assent
 
  Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Act 2006 Chapter 19 (OPSI website)

 
  Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Act 2006 Chapter 19 PDF (OPSI website)
Explanatory notes to Bill (106), prepared by the Department of Trade and Industry   Bill 106 - EN 2005-06 as at 12 May 2006
 
Bill as brought from the Commons and ordered to be printed in the Lords   Bill 106 2005-06 as at 12 May 2006 PDF
    Bill 106 2005-06 as at 12 May 2006

European Convention on Human Rights
A statement of compatibility with the European Convention on Human rights is available at the start of the bill as introduced in each House.