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Andrea Leadsom: The Government recognises the potential that tidal energy could play as part of the UK energy mix, and the Crown Estate conducted a study in 2012 of the UK’s wave and tidal energy resources.
Andrea Leadsom: ...(1) MCA (Maritime and Coastguard) (1) National Energy Action (1) National Grid (1) Northern Gas Networks (1) Nuclear Graduate Scheme(3) Radioactive Waste Management (1) Salix Finance (1) The Crown Estate (2) UKPIA (UK Petroleum Industry Association) (1) Ultra Electronics (1) VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) (1).
Andrea Leadsom: ...’ (approx. 500SqM).3 Whitehall Place – DECC pay rent to the Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) who lease from a private landlord.55 Whitehall – DECC pay rent to the Crown Estate (landlord).Kings Buildings – DECC pay rent to Transport for London (TFL) who lease from a private landlord.One Victoria St – DECC pay rent to the Department for Business,...
Andrea Leadsom: The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has no office space which is not in regular use. All of DECC’s property is leased aside from 55 Whitehall. This is a Crown Estate building. The Department cannot release real estate valuation as this is considered to be commercially sensitive.
Andrea Leadsom: The 2012’s Crown Estate UK Wave and Tidal Key Resource Areas study  assessed the UK’s theoretical resource for wave energy at 69TWh/year (27 GW). The Technology Innovation Needs Assessment (TINA)  published in 2012 estimated that wave energy could practically deliver 40-50 TWh/year by 2050. The department is currently working on reviewing the TINAs and a refreshed wave energy TINA...