On 3 - 5 March the Trade Council at the Danish Embassy in London, working with the Danish Energy Agency, will host a series of seminars that review the booming UK market, future policy that may affect it and case studies from the UK, Denmark and Sweden.
Nine EU ministers, including UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary Edward Davey, have signed a letter calling for reform to the EU Emissions Trading System through the Market Stability Reserve (MSR), stressing the need for 'all sides to come together to seek an ambitious and pragmatic outcome that has majority support across the EU institutions'.
DECC is holding three stakeholder events to discuss tackling non-financial barriers to natural-gas fired Combined Heat & Power (CHP).
Phase 1 of this project will extend and supplement the existing energy centre at the University Hospital Lewisham through the re-engineering of the existing energy centre, including installation of a natural gas fired CHP.
Today’s CfD auction results shows that consumers win when Government policy tries to deliver least-cost technologies, the Association for Decentralised Energy said today.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change today released its provisional December 2014 energy statistics, showing that UK primary energy consumption fell by 7% last year.
DECC announced Thursday that World-leading competitive auctions have led to contracts being offered to 27 renewable electricity projects, which together could power 1.4m homes, comparable to the number of households in Wales.
Ahead of the launch of ECO2 on 1 April 2015, DECC want to facilitate a smooth transition for the scheme and are running ECO2 stakeholder events.
The Department for Energy & Climate Change announced Thursday that Wheelabrator Technologies’ proposed 45 MW energy recovery facility, K3 CHP, has been awarded a Contract for Difference (CfD).
A solar farm developer has already sucumbed to winner's curse from the CfD auction, acknowledging it will likely be unable to deliver its 19 MW renewable energy scheme following its successful bid in the CfD auction Thursday.
The SNP has attacked the UK Government on Longannet, saying that Prime Minister David Cameron must take action to stop the coal power plant from closing.
In its latest economic survey of the UK, the influential Paris-based OECD called on the UK to streamline its energy efficiency and carbon taxation policies.
Ofgem has not yet delivered value for energy consumers in its regulation of transmission and distribution networks, according to a new report by a parliamentary committee.
The Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014 will affect everything from metering and billing to registration. ENER-G Switch 2 has published a new guide on how to comply.
Technology developed by Guru Systems has been named most new innovative product of the year by the Housing Innovation Awards 2015.
Ofgem have published an open letter outlining the existing arrangements for obtaining an electricity connection and how new capacity can be created on the network in anticipation of future connection requirements.
The Association for Decentralised Energy has prepared a briefing note on the key issues covered in the CMA Energy Market Investigation report. The briefing note also provides an overview of stakeholder comment on the report.
The CMA has published an updated issues statement as part of its investigation into the Great Britain energy markets.
The Association has produced a Member's briefing note on the Call for Evidence on the non-financial barriers faced by gas CHP investments.
In a new report published today, Sandbag finds that the European Commission’s proposal to tackle the oversupply of 2 billion allowances in the EU carbon market could take a decade to get supply below current levels.