CHPA, the independent association for district heating and CHP, has welcomed the Scottish government’s new district heating action plan, published today (31 May).
The UK is “open for business” on district heating, following major advances in government interest in the technology, claimed CHPA deputy director Ian Manders, at the Energy Europe conference on May 23 in Copenhagen.
DECC is developing its bespoke CHP policy and industrial sector roadmaps as it implements the recently-published Heat Strategy, Chris Parkin, CHP lead at the Department of Energy and Climate told the CHPA industrial forum on 15 May.
The Congress will take a closer look at key challenges: How can the next generation of District Heating and Cooling systems best serve the future smart city? How to support communities seeking cost-effective strategies to deliver more sustainable but also affordable energy services for their citizens?
The Energy Management Alliance (EMA) has welcomed the Government’s response to its consultation on options to permanently reduce electricity demand its formal recognition of the potential opportunities that demand side measures can provide.
The CHPA is pleased to welcome Claire Wych to its team in the role of Communications Officer. Claire will be aiding in stakeholder engagement and the wider dissemination of the association’s key messages.
Joint Response from CHPA & The Association of Manufacturers of Power Generating Systems (AMPS). Both bodies welcome the opportunity to inform the consultation process and believe that the majority of the proposed changes will be beneficial to the industry.
The Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) will appear before a key parliamentary committee later this month to speak about the benefits of local, decentralised energy to the UK.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) should consult with the energy sector more on the design of Electricity Market Reform (EMR). That is what six trade organisations have written in a letter they have sent to energy secretary Ed Davey and energy minister Michael Fallon.
Industrial and commercial market players highlighted the opportunity businesses could play delivering tangible cost and carbon savings while empowering consumers to MPs and Peers last week.
District heating reduced 1.6 million tonnes of carbon and benefited more than 24,000 households under the Community Energy Saving Programme (CESP), Ofgem’s final report on the scheme said Wednesday.