The CHPA today congratulated the 26 local authorities awarded funding to support the development of their heat network projects.
The CHPA today welcomed the Community Energy Strategy's vision for local heat networks to help deliver local, low carbon affordable heating for communities.
Can you help? The communications team is looking for new case studies, diagrams, videos and photos that can be used on the CHPA website to help us explain CHP, district heating and energy services to the general public.
The CHPA has produced a member briefing on the requirements of the Energy Efficiency Directive for metering of buildings with multiple uses and/or tenancies on heating or cooling networks. Under the Directive individual meters are also required where a new connection is made in a new building and where a building undergoes major renovation. All other networks will be subject to a test of technical feasibility and cost effectiveness to determine whether individual meters or heat cost allocators are required. Compliance for these measures is required by 31st December 2016.
Like minded energy management companies came together this week to explore how to optimise the efficiency and economic competitiveness of British business through professional energy management.
As some members may be aware, OFGEM have been holding a number of distributed generation (DG) forums around the country both this year and last. As a result of the output of these forums the Energy Networks Association has set up a Distribution Network Operators and Distributed Generation Technical Forum. This briefing note provides an update from this forum.
of the responses. Draft Consultation Response | Review of Embedded Generation Benefit 15 Jan 2014 The CHPA has produced a briefing note and draft consultation response to National Grid's recent informal paper on potential reforms to the Embedded Benefits regime.
Energy efficiency is increasingly recognised as a vital part of the energy future, in order that we meet UK Government's ambitious targets we must seize the opportunity to scale up the work. This conference run by the Energy Institute examines the opportunities available, as well as the barriers that need to be addressed, to accelerate energy efficiency.
Find out which consultations the CHPA will be responding to.
The CHPA has produced a member providing a brief précis of the recent National Grid policy proposals for a Demand Side Balancing Reserve.
The CHPA is recruiting for a Policy Manager and a Policy Officer to support an ambitious programme of policy development and stakeholder engagement.
The CHPA has produced a draft consultation response to the Balance of Competence Energy Review Call for Evidence, which is now avaialble for member review.
The address for the Heat metering consultation workshop with DECC has been confirmed as AECOM, 4th Floor, Mid City Place, 71 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6QS.