This two-day event (8 – 9 February) focuses on the practical ways for new and existing development to reach low and zero carbon using tri-generation and heat networks, bringing in the experience of Danish companies as well as new London examples.
Working from home and reporting into their Manchester Sales Office, REHAU are currently recruiting for an Area Sales Manager for pre-insulated pipe products covering Northern England.
Ofgem is requiring suppliers to take part in trials to find out the best ways of helping disengaged customers get a better deal.
The ADE has prepared a draft response to the BEIS consultation on Contract for Differences scheme for fuelled technologies.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) consulted on the SAP model related to dwellings, which proposes changes to how SAP assesses the energy performance of homes, which the ADE submitted has submitted a response to.
The ADE submitted a response to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Ofgem joint Smart Energy Call for Evidence, which outlines Government’s plans to increase participation of flexibility providers in energy markets where it benefits consumers.
Community heating specialist Switch2 Energy has published an infographic guide to effective tariff setting. This is the start of the company's wider information campaign to help heat network owners and operators set the heat tariff for the resident.
Demand Turn Up has been developed to allow demand side providers to increase demand (either through shifting consumption or reducing embedded generation) as an economic solution to managing excess renewable generation when demand for electricity is low.
The Association for Decentralised Energy’s annual Smart Energy Conference will take place on 7th March from 2pm to 5pm, followed by networking drinks and canapes.
Iain Wright MP, Chair of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee joined over 150 ADE members, VIPs and staff in the House of Commons on the 25th January to launch the Association's 50th anniversary celebrations.
The Government has stated the desire is to build an industrial strategy that addresses long-term challenges to the UK economy. The aim is to improve living standards and economic growth by increasing productivity and driving growth across the whole country.
The 2017 Budget provides an opportunity to help unlock the infrastructure investments that will make the UK economy more productive and more competitive. This paper concentrates on three policy areas.
A district heat and power project in Gateshead has unlocked a £1million boost to its revenue after becoming a partner of demand response company, Flexitricity.
The Association for Decentralised Energy today welcomed the Government's new commitment to set out a long-term roadmap in 2017 to minimise business energy costs as part of its Industrial Strategy Green Paper.
The ADE Team met with member Viridor to see the Cardiff Energy Recovery Facility (ERF), which is the largest ERF in Wales treating waste from local authority and local business contracts.
The report explores the activities of Power Responsive in its first year and looks ahead to the opportunities for year two. It also includes insights from participating customers and the energy industry.
SmartestEnergy this week launches the UK’s first 100% renewable electricity product with independent certification, from sustainability experts the Carbon Trust.
Ofgem has published its new Supplier Cost Index (SCI) which tracks ongoing trends in the main elements of costs that energy suppliers face.
Reminder | The Department of Business Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has announced that round 7 of the HNDU is now open to applications. All local authorities in England and Wales can apply for support.
Closing soon! The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) is recruiting a Policy Officer to support the team in delivering an exciting and ambitious programme of policy development and stakeholder engagement.