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The Renewables Advisory Board (RAB) provides advice to Government on a wide range of renewable energy issues. The board is an independent, non-departmental public body sponsored by the the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), that brings together government departments, the renewables industry, academia and the unions.

It aims to provide the Secretary of State with independent, impartial and authoritative advice on policies, programmes and measures, to improve Government understanding of the obstacles and opportunities for the development and deployment of renewable technologies in the UK, both in the short term and over the next 20 years, and make specific recommendations.




NEW RAB's response to the Consultation on Renewable Electricity Financial Incentives 2009
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REPORT: Financial incentives for a major energy retrofit strategy for English homes
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RAB's response to the UK Renewable Energy Strategy Consultation
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REPORT: RAB’s vision of the 2020 renewables market and the key policy issues that need to be tackled, many urgently, if the vision is to be realised
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REPORT: Marine renewables: current status and implications for R&D funding and the Marine Renewables Deployment Fund
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REPORT: Essential role of renewables generation in achieving zero carbon homes
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