The "internet of energy" will help stop power blackouts in the UK, the new boss of the National Grid says. Executive director Nicola Shaw hailed a moment of "real change" in the energy industry, looking forward to increasingly intelligent use of power in homes and offices.
Head of Policy Joanthan Graham will be speaking on day one of the conference in the sesion - Energy – Drivers from now until 2030 & Beyond
38 local authorities will receive a share on £2,828,245 from the Heat Networks Delivery Unit according to the latest results from round 6.
This year’s expo combines a conference with an informal networking event for anyone interested in ground source energy technology. There will be five speakers from the industry influencers: DECC, MCS, RECC, Ofgem and the Environment Agency and following the presentations there will be an opportunity to ask questions in smaller discussion groups led by the speakers to give you the opportunity to raise issues affecting you and obtain insight into the future of renewable heat in post Brexit UK.
National Grid has accepted eight bids for companies to provide so-called Enhanced Frequency Response, reacting in less than a second to help keep electricity flows in balance. The tender will see batteries used to balance at grid scale for the first time.
Figures issued by BEIS on Thursday 25 June have revealed that, in the three months to the end of June, gas accounted for 51% of the electricity generated by major power producers. The monthly update showed that coal’s share of the generation mix was down to its lowest level in 21 years at 6.8%––17pp lower than in the same three months of 2015.
The University of Nottingham’s Sutton Bonington Campus, home to the Schools of Veterinary Medicine and Biosciences, and named number one in the UK in the national league tables, is now set to cut its carbon emissions using on-site Combined Heat and Power (CHP) technology. By commissioning the latest generation of Veolia CHP units the University will gain secure low carbon energy and reduce CO2 emissions by over 1,200 tonnes a year.
National Grid has decided not to procure any Demand Side Balancing Reserve (DSBR) for the coming winter. The announcement came after the results of the tender, which closed in June, “showed minimal volume would be available across this period”.
The UK’s energy infrastructure will need investment totalling almost £215 billion by 2030, nearly all of which will need to be earmarked for “disruptive” generation technologies such as renewables.
ADE Director Tim Rotheray will speak on 'Promoting Demand Flexibility and the Smart Grid - Shifting Demand, Smart Meters and Voltage Control Systems'.
Environmental charity Changeworks and energy charity Centre for Sustainable Energy are researching the experiences of social housing providers in developing and delivering district and communal heating schemes. This highly topical piece of research is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and will inform policy development and practice across the UK. They would like to hear from you if you are a social landlord who has never considered district heating, are in the process of planning a scheme or have a fully operational or decommissioned district heating scheme.
The ADE has prepared a draft response to an industry consultation which proposes the removal of the Triad Embedded Benefit for certain classes of generators. Members are invited to comment on the draft by the close of 23 August.
The ADE has submitted a response to the Ofgem Consultation on further changes to the Capacity Market Rules.
The ADE has submitted a response to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy's consultation on the Energy Company Obligation (ECO)
At Budget 2016 the government announced its intention to consult on the definition of a taxable disposal. The purpose of the consultation is to: seek views on the proposals to put the definition of a taxable disposal for landfill tax purposes beyond doubt, without altering the scope of the tax gather information and receive views on hazardous waste falling within the scope of the Qualifying Material Order.
Sadiq Khan today announced the latest addition to his top City Hall team by welcoming Shirley Rodrigues as the new deputy mayor for environment and energy. Shirley is currently Acting Executive Director for Climate Change at the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), an independent philanthropic organisation that works to transform the lives of poor and vulnerable children in developing countries, where she oversees a £155million global strategy and portfolio.
A new scheme based on the Heat Networks Code of Practice CP1 that allows clients to hold suppliers to account over the performance of heat networks has been opened for public consultation by the Association for Decentralised Energy (The ADE) and the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
REHAU is staging its second popular District Heating Workshop in Scotland at the Emirates Arena & Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome on Tuesday 4th October and at the Wales Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Thursday 22nd September.
REHAU is expanding the range of pipe sizes it manufactures in the hugely popular RAUVITHERM polymer district heating system with the launch of both 140 and 160mm diameter options. This brings RAUVITHERM into line with REHAU’s other pre-insulated pipework range branded RAUTHERMEX, and gives its customers a solution for virtually every district heating application.
London Build 2016 (26th & 27th October, Olympia) is the ideal opportunity for your organisation to gain access to all the latest construction projects in the capital; and the opportunity to network with thousands of attendees from contractors, developers, architects, government and other construction industry professionals.