The UK Green Building Council has responded to reports that the Conservatives’ planned starter homes for under-40s would be exempt from the ‘zero carbon’ regulations.
Ofgem has today urged energy suppliers to significantly improve the way they handle customers’ complaints.
A more fun version of DECC's energy trends special feature report on CHP, great for sharing.
Using the demand-side balancing reserve tender and Supplemental Balancing Reserve, National Grid has contracted additional capacity ahead of winter in a bid to reduce constrained supply margins.
The Times have today reported that a 350 million year old volcano may be used to supply hot water to the city's proposed heat network.
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We need your feedback on this exciting new initiative. The consultation deadline is Thursday 9th October 2014.
Combined heat and power (CHP) specialist ENER-G has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award for engineering excellence.
An overview of DECC's current consultations including capacity market arrangements and CfDs.
Twins Towns Clubs & Resorts powers ahead in sustainability following the launch of its Tri-generation plant on Thursday 19th September. The new energy system provides the Club with cleaner on-site electricity than conventional grid-supplied power while cutting the Club’s energy bill by $125,000 a year.
The Bath Riverside complex that will be operated and maintained by E.ON was officially opened today just in time for the first day of autumn.
After campaigning for the development of industry-wide standards for district heating networks in the UK, Mark Whettall, managing director of CPV Ltd is calling upon his industry colleagues to ensure that they fully-engage with the consultation process in response to the recently-published draft Code of Practice by the Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) and CIBSE.
Critical to the review of the reference values (discussed here) is the availability of sufficient high quality operational data on the performance of cogeneration, power-only electricity generation and heat-only generation plants, constructed between 2006 and 2013. We would appreciate your help with this data collection, please complete the online survey. C
Community Energy England would like to invite you to take part in an online survey that will help to shape the provision of advice, information and support to the community energy sector.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council wishes to receive expressions of interest from consultancy providers able to support specific elements of the outline business case for the District Heat Network scheme through our e-Tendering portal BravoSolution.
New Which? research has found the Big Six energy suppliers are among the worst offenders when it comes to poor customer service, with Npower finishing bottom for the first time in our annual survey of the top 100 big brands.
The next meeting of the AfEM will be 10:00 - 11:00 7th October at the CHPA offices, 10 Dean Farrar Street, London SW1H 0DX. This meeting will be an opportunity to finalise the policy recommendations for inclusion in 'Invisible Energy'.
The next meeting will take place at the offices of the CHPA at 11:00-15:00hrs on Wednesday 15th October 2014. Download the agenda.
The successful implementation of EMR will play a critical role in the UK’s success in meeting its decarbonisation and energy security targets. This inquiry will assess the Government’s progress towards implementing the different strands of the EMR reforms and achieving its overall goals.
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