A member briefing has been made available for the Updated Energy and Emissions Projections report. The report analyses and projects future energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. The report includes specific projections for the installed capacity of CHP between now and 2030.
Consultation responses to the draft delivery plan for Contract for Differences (CfDs) and the reliability standard of the future Capacity Market are due by 27 September.
The CHPA's response to the Government's proposed changes to this policy welcomes the additional text in the updated policy encouraging the use of heat as an energy source where EfW development is being considered, specifically through combined heat and power (CHP).
The first in a series of blog articles that will highlight themes to be debated at our conference, Heat 2013; Director Tim Rotheray asks, when so many people are concerned about paying their heating bills this winter, why is it not front and centre of the energy debate?
The latest CHPA member report for the sales of small-scale packaged Combined Heat and Power (CHP) units is now available.
Submission for entries to this year's CHPA awards will close on Monday 16th September. Submit your project now!
In partnership with Edinburgh University the CHPA held a seminar attended by 92 delegates from across the Scottish public energy sector on the 5 September.
There are some significant financial risks, but also revenue opportunties, for embedded generators in the next two years, attendees heard during a free member-only event on Thusrday.
A proposal by DCLG to repeal the Planning and Energy Act will damage the market for buildings based CHP in England and Wales if it comes into effect, according to CHPA. District heating in new development will also have its position undermined.
The CHPA welcomes the announcement today by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) on its appointment of a director for the new Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU)
Dr Tim Rotheray, Director of the CHPA will be chairing the Gas to Power Journal's Conference session on infrastructure needs and developments for gas and electricity on the 17th September.
The CHPA's written evidence to the Committee sets out key elements of the heat sector and highlights immediate issues where policy focus would be of value, including for CHP and district heating.