Veolia, the global resource management company, has increased its capacity for generating renewable energy from food waste with a contract to design and manage a 520kWe biogas-fired CHP energy plant for Rose Hill Recycling in Gloucestershire. The CHP plant is fueled by the biogas derived from mixed food waste collected from across the Cotswolds and will save around 1750 tonnes of CO2 emissions each year.
Bosch Commercial and Industrial has added to its range of energy efficient heating, cooling, and hot water technologies, by launching an enhanced version of its heat interface unit (HIU).
Cogeneration specialist ENER-G has published a free guide to assessing the economic feasibility of combined heat and power (CHP) projects.
Danfoss has partnered with C Space to set up the Danfoss HVAC Lab – an invite-only, online community of investors, optimisers, designers and other industry professionals. It is one the first innovation communities in the industry, and we’re asking you to be one of its members.
The Conference will explore the many opportunities for Scotland’s cities to embrace the transition to a sustainable, clean, green economy; reducing energy costs and tackling fuel poverty, while attracting low-carbon investment and jobs, and building Scotland’s industries of the future.
Guru Systems picked up the award for product innovation at this year’s CIBSE Building Performance Awards.
With an increasingly distributed energy system, rapidly falling energy storage costs, and a growing demand for flexibility and energy autonomy, micro-grids are fast becoming a key topic of commercial relevance in many global markets.
The University of Edinburgh is set to harness the power of trigeneration in a new £9 million energy project which will revolutionise the way they produce heating, cooling and electricity at their Easter Bush Veterinary Campus.
The company is installing new combined heat and power (CHP) engines at three of Southern Water’s treatment works - Budds Farm and Fullerton in Hampshire and Gravesend in Kent.
Building on the successes of the previous years, Salix is proud to announce the launch of the latest Revolving Green Fund. Salix will assess applications as they are received, so early submissions are encouraged to allow the maximum possible time for any follow up discussions on your projects.
Taking place 7-8th of February, Building on the REA’s ‘Energy Storage - The New Market Dynamic’ event, Energy Storage & Connected Systems 2017 will bring together key industry figures to focus on the future of energy in the UK.
This two-day event (8 – 9 February) focuses on the practical ways for new and existing development to reach low and zero carbon using tri-generation and heat networks, bringing in the experience of Danish companies as well as new London examples.
Working from home and reporting into their Manchester Sales Office, REHAU are currently recruiting for an Area Sales Manager for pre-insulated pipe products covering Northern England.
Community heating specialist Switch2 Energy has published an infographic guide to effective tariff setting. This is the start of the company's wider information campaign to help heat network owners and operators set the heat tariff for the resident.
Demand Turn Up has been developed to allow demand side providers to increase demand (either through shifting consumption or reducing embedded generation) as an economic solution to managing excess renewable generation when demand for electricity is low.
A district heat and power project in Gateshead has unlocked a £1million boost to its revenue after becoming a partner of demand response company, Flexitricity.
The report explores the activities of Power Responsive in its first year and looks ahead to the opportunities for year two. It also includes insights from participating customers and the energy industry.
SmartestEnergy this week launches the UK’s first 100% renewable electricity product with independent certification, from sustainability experts the Carbon Trust.
As part of its strategy for growth and customer development, Veolia has acquired Cynergin, the leading energy services company and Energy Performance Contract (EPC) specialist.
How local authorities and housing associations can achieve financial viability for district heating schemes, while ensuring fair pricing for residents, will be addressed at a free breakfast seminar in central London on Wednesday 25 January.