This free seminar for property managers across the public sector, and their advisers, will discuss the benefits and the practicalities involved. The opportunity for using Energy Services Companies (ESCOs) to provide guaranteed savings with little or no capital expenditure will also be examined, as well as a variety of other funding options.
DECC would like to stress that CHP plants that achieve full or partial certification under the CHP Quality Assurance (CHPQA) programme are permanently exempt from the recently announced 400MW biomass cap.
A full agenda is now available. Please note this event starts at 2pm. This free event will give members the opportunity to understand how some key recent proposals will affect embedded generators: the policy proposals, their likely impact on market participants, and how generators’ value will be affected.
The CHPA, the leading representative for district heating, expressed concern today over a proposal to reduce local councils’ powers to lower carbon emissions in new buildings in England.
The CHPA's response to the Call for Evidence outlines the vital benefits an EU-wide framework for climate change and other environmental policy provides to UK industry, notes some of the negative effects from the way EU environmental policy is designed and decided, and provides three measures which would help to mitigate these specific problems
After much delay, recent key government policy announcements are providing more certainty about the route towards zero carbon. Part L of the 2014 Building Regulations, which concerns energy in new homes, will require a 6 percent carbon emission reduction over 2010. Non-domestic buildings will be expected to save 9 percent.
CIBSE and the Combined Heat & Power Association (CHPA) have formed a partnership to assure the quality of heat networks. The partnership aims to be inclusive and to consult widely in its work.
The CHPA today welcomed a parliamentary committee’s call for business, industry and community consumers to play a much bigger role in the energy mix, putting their active participation at the heart of the UK energy system.
Following the release of the Energy and Climate Change Committee's report on local energy, CHPA Director Tim Rotheray spoke on BBC Radio 5 Live's Wake Up To Money programme.
The CHPA has published its response to the Government's Community Energy Call for Evidence.