Department of Energy and Climate Change London

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) was established on 3 October 2008 by Prime Minister Gordon Brown to acquire and perform some functions of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (energy) and Department for Environment, Department for Business and Food and Rural Affairs (climate change). It forecasts the future energy scenario and then lays out strategic pathway and key milestones and targets for efficient energy usability. The department also aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and take the nation towards low carbon economy for the preservation of nature and its precious resources. So far, the deperatment has shown excellent performance and the same is expected for the forthcoming years.

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    Facilities & Services

    DECC lays out a detailed route map to minimize the cost of energy usage, and introduces more efficient energy resources that are not only low budget, but are also environment friendly. These measures are essentially beneficial for the United Kingdom's economy. Some of the plans dished-out by the DECC are:

    - Energy efficiency
    - Low carbon heating
    - Low carbon transport
    - Low carbon industry
    - Low carbon electricity

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    Organizational Structure

    The Department of Energy and Climate Change has laid out its organizational structure as follows:

    Secretary of State
    Ministerial Team
    Permanent secretary
    Directors General (3 groups & 3 non-executive)

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    Operational Hours

    The operational hours of the Department of Energy and Climate Change are quite similar to the other government departments in London i.e. every Monday to Friday, they open at 9:00 am and close at 5:00 pm.

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    How to Contact

    The DECC can be contacted at the below mentioned number or email.

    Contact:+44 300 060 4000

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    3 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2AW, UK.

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    How to Get to Department of Energy and Climate Change

    By Tube

    From the Embankment tube station, move north on Embankment Pl towards Villiers St. Embankment Pl takes a slight turn and becomes Villiers St. From there, turn right onto Watergate Walk and then turn right to Buckingham St. Turn right onto Victoria Embankment/A3211 then turn right onto Northumberland Ave/A400. From there, take a left turn onto Whitehall Pl and the Department of Energy and Climate Change will be on the left side. View Map

    By Bus

    Use buses numbering 741, 741D, 786 and 788 to reach the nearby bus stop of “St James', Horse Guards Avenue (SW1) (E-bound)‎”. Move east on Horse Guards Ave towards Whitehall Ct. Turn left onto Whitehall Ct and then turn right onto Whitehall Pl. The Department of Energy and Climate Change will be on the right.

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