Amount of departmental spending on hydroelectricity.

This request has been withdrawn by the person who made it. There may be an explanation in the correspondence below.

Dear Department of Energy and Climate Change,

I would like to request the amount of departmental spending on hydroelectricity research, construction, maintenance and deconstruction for UK. I would like the spending broken down by:

1. Category of spending in the supplementary budgetary report
(http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/d/sbi66_de...). Examples of
categories that seem most likely are:
- Supporting affordable, secure and sustainable energy
- Bringing about a low-carbon UK

AND

2. Time: I would like this information broken down annually from 2003 up to the time this request is answered. The years should be consistent with those in the supplementary budgetary report
(http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/d/sbi66_de...)

I realise that the Department for Energy and Climate Change has only been in existence for a year and so I would like the equivalent spending from BERR to be included in this request.

I would like the spending to be in an Excel spreadsheet.

Yours faithfully,

Lisa Evans

Dear Department of Energy and Climate Change,

I would like to withdraw my FOI request for the 'Amount of departmental spending on hydroelectricity'.

Yours faithfully,

Lisa Evans

FOI Requests,

Dear Ms Evans,

Thank you for notifying the Department that you are withdrawing this
request. We have removed it from our case logging system.

Best wishes,
Kay

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