Departmental spending on Coal

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Dear Department of Energy and Climate Change,

I would like to request the amount of departmental spending on coal excavation, transportation, coal power station research, construction, maintenance and
deconstruction for UK. This is spending excluding Clean Coal investments. 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...).

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

FOI Requests,

Ref:10/4023
Dear Ms Evans,

Thank you for your request for information which was received on 3 March .
Your request has been passed on to the appropriate official at the
Department of Energy and Climate Change to deal with.

Best wishes,
Hannah

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Harding Clare (Energy Development), Department of Energy and Climate Change

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Dear Ms Evans

A reply to this enquiry is attached.

H C Harding
Dept for Energy & Climate Change

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