This briefing sets out the timescales of policies impacting renewable CHP, and key issues facing renewable and energy from waste CHP developers.
The CHPA produced a response to the Renewables Obligation (RO) Grace Periods consultation.
A community centre, a medical device manufacturing plant, and residents of almost 2,000 homes are benefiting from reduced energy bills as a result of the award-winning CHP and district heating schemes recognised at the CHPA Awards last night.
The Rt Hon Gregory Barker MP, Minister for Energy and Climate Change today announced the Green Investment Bank would have a new focus on district heating.
Officials from the Green Investment Bank and the Department for Energy and Climate Change’s new Heat Networks Delivery Unit saw firsthand the significant opportunities CHP and district heating provide to Nottingham during site visits organised by the CHPA.
The Combined Heat and Power Association today published a report showing how efficient energy production supports jobs and growth in British industry, and called on the Chancellor to support this key industrial technology.
The important Parliamentary Environmental Audit Committee has urged the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to not axe a policy that has driven up home building standards and helped to create a thriving sustainable building industry in the UK.
As green taxes hidden in our energy bills are under the spotlight, Paul Woods from AECOM asks, are we getting the best value for money from these subsidies?
The CHPA welcomes the appointment of Tim Hipperson to the role of chairman for the Alliance for Energy Management.
Customer protection for energy customers was on the agenda at the Energy Action Scotland 30th Anniversary Annual Conference 2013. However, this time it was about households on district heating schemes
In order to gather views on the proposals, the Independent Heat Customer Protection Scheme steering committee are organising two half day workshops on Monday 11th November to provide details of the proposed Scheme and gain feedback from those with practical experience of heat networks.
This week Robert Sansom discusses what the announcement on nuclear means for district heating and asks, does the decision confirm that DECC sees the future of heating as all electric with a heat pump in every home?
Illustrating the importance of heat to the UK energy system, we are delighted to announce that both the Rt Hon Greg Barker MP, Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change, and Jonathan Reynolds MP, Shadow Minister for Climate Change, will be addressing the Heat Conference 2013.
Paul Blacklock, Head of Strategy and Corporate Affairs for Calor Gas asks the question, what technologies can we use to decarbonise heat and do they fit into the current market model?