The Department of Business, Energy, & Industrial Strategy have contracted Sustain to undertake the task of researching and reporting relevant data pertaining to the expected unit cost of heat, cooling and hot water meter supply and installation for a range of building types and sizes.
Industrial manufacturers, local businesses and householders will benefit from £90m from the Capacity Market in 2020 following auction results announced today, including a tripling in demand side response participation and a growth in highly efficient combined heat and power participation.
Yesterday, the 2016 Capacity Market auction was completed for delivery in 2020, with provisional results published this morning. The member briefing provides a quick overview of the results.
Ofgem has published their new Innovation Link as a ‘one stop shop’ offering support on energy regulation to businesses looking to introduce innovative or significantly different propositions to the energy sector.
The Heat 2016 Conference Programme and Speaker Presentations are now available on the Heat Conference website.
Finning UK & Ireland (Finning), is helping the food processing industry cut both energy bills and emissions by releasing a series of five sector-specific guides on how they can take advantage of CHP.
Veolia has recognised the vital role apprenticeships play in business success by hosting its National Apprentice of the Year awards at the House of Commons. The company employs over 300 apprentices and is committed to upskilling its workforce and offering the opportunity to ‘earn while you learn’.
Global resource management company, Veolia, is now advancing sustainability for London’s new communities by delivering low carbon energy, through district heating, for the Cannon Road development in Haringey.
UK Power Networks has been awarded funding for a cutting edge project that could pave the way for hundreds of megawatts of low-carbon energy to enter London’s power supply.
The site, developed by Veolia, on behalf of Leeds City Council has been built with the latest recycling and recovery technology to help transform residents’ black bag waste into a resource.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) is recruiting a Policy Manager to support the team in delivering an exciting and ambitious programme of policy development and stakeholder engagement.
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (DBEIS) published on the 17th of November the Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) 2016 consultation. This update of SAP is not linked to changes in Building Regulations.
The Association for Decentralised Energy today warned that Ofgem’s continued approach on network charging creates ‘strategic’ risk to the Government’s industrial strategy and smart energy ambitions, from manufacturing energy costs to battery storage investment. Any Ofgem decision on this issue should err on the side of caution to prevent unintended damage across the economy, the ADE said.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has informally announced that it will seek to launch a Recoverable Heat Support Programme (RHSP) from next year, providing £12 million over 3 years to develop waste heat recovery projects with feasibility and capital funding. This briefing explores the contours of the likely programme and next steps.
This year’s Heat Conference, attended by over 200 delegates, was set against a backdrop of great upheaval in the European political landscape. The Paris Agreement, forged last December, set a global ambition for controlling climate change, while the UK Government committed to a 57% reduction in carbon emissions by 2032 in its 5th Carbon Budget. The conference sought to understand how to change global agreement to local action and focused on what a local, devolved future would mean for the heat sector. Read a summary of the day’s events and catch up with the latest in industrial, commercial and domestic heat.
Former Energy Secretary the Rt. Hon. Sir Ed Davey and James Heappey MP are to join the Association for Decentralised Energy as Vice Presidents it was announced today.
Today National Grid publishes its long term view of gas and electricity transmission capability and operability across four documents; Electricity Ten Year Statement (ETYS); Gas Ten Year Statement (GTYS); System Operability Framework (SOF); and the first Gas Future Operability Planning document (GFOP).
The free webinar is organized in cooperation with solarthermalworld.org, will report on the use and performance of seasonal heat storage units, distributed SDH plants connected to specific points of the district heating grids, and the large, centralized SDH plants used in Denmark.
The Department for BEIS has clarified that the 31 December 2016 deadline to implement the cost-effectiveness test for individual heat meters, as mandated by the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014, will not be enforced by the FCA
Stratego project introduces integrated approach across Europe while providing local and national authorities with actionable heating and cooling strategies and plans.