The decentralised energy sector is undergoing rapid change. The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) plans to deliver a series of exciting new projects to respond to the needs of the market as well as generate income for the Association. We are seeking a Business Development Officer to help research and implement these new business projects, as well as grow the Association through membership and events.
Haverhill Leisure Centre has invited Mark Brown of EuroSite Power (OTCQX: EUSP) to visit its new Gym and Power Room refurbishment and upgrade, which the financial savings generated by one of the company’s innovative energy-saving agreements helped fund.
We look forward to seeing members at the next Demand Response Forum on Wednesday 5 October 2016 from 10am – 1pm, at the ADE offices, 10 Dean Farrar Street, London SW1H 0DX.
Last week the ADE spoke with the Telegraph's Energy Editor Emily Gosden about the embedded benefits consultation and what the proposed changes mean to industrial manufacturers. An article was featured in the Sunday Telegraph.
The Association for Decentralised Energy's annual combined heat and power half-day conference will take place on the 18th October. Join us for a practical conference to support developers, customers and consultants build and deliver successful combined heat and power projects.
The requirements of the Greater London Authority’s (GLA) new zero carbon dwellings policy and the role of combined heat and power (CHP), will be discussed at a breakfast seminar in London on Friday 30 September.
Ofgem has published its annual consultation on changes to the Capacity Market Rules. The consultation provides an opportunity to submit proposals for changes to the Capacity Market Rules by 5pm on 11 November 2016.
Following strong, continued growth Vital Energi are delighted to announce that their Design Department has grown by 260% over the last 6 years to incorporate 65 full time members of staff.
Irish utility ESB has announced that the Carrington gas-fired power plant in Manchester has commenced operation.Carrington gas power plant The 880 MW facility has already secured a contract for power for the winter of 2019/20 under the capacity market scheme.
Due for completion in Autumn 2016, the tallest hotel tower in the UK will soon benefit from the on-site generation of low carbon electricity, heating and hot water using one of Veolia’s latest combined heat and power (CHP) units. By using CHP the landmark hotel will cut around 213 tonnes of CO2 emissions every year and save the equivalent Grid energy for nearly two million hot showers.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) today announced the shortlisted entries for its annual awards programme. The ADE Awards Dinner – sponsored by Vital Energi - will be held at the Natural History Museum on the evening of Wednesday 23 November.
The Association for Decentralised Energy Awards 2016 will be presented on Wednesday 23 November at the Natural History Museum, London. The awards showcase innovation, best practice and achievement across combined heat and power, district heating and demand response and energy services, providing an opportunity for organisations and professionals to celebrate success and collective attainment.
The Energy Technologies Institute has published a new report which examines options for reforming how investment in the UK’s energy network infrastructure is governed and regulated as we move to a low carbon future. The ‘Enabling efficient networks for low carbon futures’ project commissioned ‘think pieces’ from four industry experts on the challenges for investment in the UK’s energy network infrastructures and options for reform.
The Energy and Climate Change Committee (ECCC) is to be disbanded on 17 October. Responsibility for scrutinising energy and climate change policy will fall to what is currently the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee. It will be renamed the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee.
The Government has hailed a “new era of UK nuclear power” after it ended years of uncertainty to give final approval to the £18bn Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset.
User-led energy could help improve the efficiency and lower the cost of the UK’s energy supply, and improve security of supply, but inherent bias in the system has to be rooted out to develop it, says the director of the Association for Decentralised Energy. Tim Rotheray spoke to Janet Wood.
The Capacity Market commences on 01 October 2016 and, as System Operator, National Grid is today launching a new website (gbcmn.nationalgrid.co.uk) to support Capacity Market Notices (CMN). To support Capacity Market rules National Grid will continuously monitor electricity system margin on the Transmission system and communicate new CMNs directly to the website where the volume of available generation breaches a threshold set by the UK Government.
Earlier this year the then Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) noted concerns about local air quality from diesel generation, following political and public pressure to address the role of diesel engines in the Capacity Market and other grid services. This briefing note provides Association members with an update on Defra's current proposals and how it may impact operations.
Renewable power generation costs are already lower on average worldwide than those of fossil fuels and clean energy plants will become even more cost-competitive by 2020, a new sensitivity analysis published by the Carbon Tracker Initiative finds.
A new IEA report – World Energy Investment 2016 – shows the electricity sector leading a broad reorientation of energy investment but warns more is needed to meet climate targets and address energy security concerns