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News March 2017

  1. Scarborough Hospital Looks Forward to Low Carbon Future

    23 Mar 2017

    York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have chosen NHS Sustainability day to celebrate the opening of their new low-carbon energy centre at Scarborough Hospital.

  2. Ofgem have invited responses to a Consultation on Amendments to the Capacity Market Rules 2014

    23 Mar 2017

    Ofgem have drafted proposed amendments to the Capacity Market Rules 2014 ('the Rules').

  3. Innovative, carbon free ‘turn-down’ demand response sector delivering for consumers

    23 Mar 2017

    Capacity Market results announced today mean dozens of industrial and local businesses will help keep the lights on at peak demand next winter and cut carbon, the Association for Decentralised Energy said.

  4. Vital Energi Celebrate NHS Sustainability Day with Million Tonne Carbon Guarantee

    23 Mar 2017

    For the last three years Vital Energi have been working with a number of NHS Trusts and Health Boards to install energy conservation measures and the latest energy generating technology, such as combined heat and power and biomass.

  5. The ADE Welcomes New Policy Officer Rick Parfett

    21 Mar 2017

    The ADE welcomes Rick Parfett as new Policy Officer while bidding farewell to Policy Officer Will Caldwell.

  6. The ADE is proud to support the Euroheat & Power Congress taking place in May 2017

    17 Mar 2017

    Providing a platform to discuss major issues of importance for European and global district energy, the Congress will consider a range of technical and commercial issues; from resource assessment and innovative technological design, to market and policy developments.

  7. Ofgem releases Frontier Economics' report on Embedded Benefits

    17 Mar 2017

    Following several requests, Ofgem have released Frontier Economics' report which informed their 'minded to' decision to significantly reduce the Embedded Benefit. Ofgem has also extended the date for responses to its consultation to 9am on 18 April 2017.

  8. Ofgem Workshop on Embedded Benefit modelling

    17 Mar 2017

    Ofgem are to hold a workshop in London on Tuesday 21 March from 9:30 – 12:00 pm to explain the modelling behind its 'minded to' decision on Embedded Benefits.

  9. The ADE and BEIS staff visit Greenwich Peninsula District Heating Site

    17 Mar 2017

    The Teams were led around the Greenwich site by Pinnacle Power's Managing Director Toby Heysham.

  10. ISH ene.field workshop identifies pathways for fuel cell micro-CHP success in Germany

    16 Mar 2017

    The ene.field workshop gathered key industry and policymakers in the context of ISH to discuss how fuel cell micro-CHP can empower consumers to deliver on the Energiewende objectives.

  11. ENER-G's Technical Director Chris Marsland addressed the European Energy Forum in Strasbourg

    16 Mar 2017

    The talk focused on Delivering Efficiency and Flexibility through Distributed Energy which helps customers harness opportunities of onsite generation.

  12. Housing professionals invited to free workshop on digital innovation in heat networks

    15 Mar 2017

    Digital innovation in heat networks is the topic of a morning seminar for housing professionals – hosted by industry body The Housing Forum, together with community heating specialist Switch2 Energy.

  13. The House of Commons Library published a briefing paper on "The Current Energy Market Reforms in Great Britain"

    15 Mar 2017

    The briefing paper covers current energy market reforms in the UK. While recommendations from this report are now being implemented, the Government has indicated further reforms are being considered.

  14. Ofgem announced a consultation on "Targeted Charging Review"

    14 Mar 2017

    Ofgem are consulting on launching a Significant Code Review to look at network residual charges, and some charging arrangements for embedded generation under 100 MW.

  15. Rehau are hosting a free District Heating Workshop

    13 Mar 2017

    Following the success of the REHAU District Heating workshops in 2016, REHAU is returning in 2017 with a new format for their District Heating Workshops. The first stop is in London at The Building Centre in March.

  16. Industry launches new district heating task force, welcomed by Government

    13 Mar 2017

    The Association for Decentralised Energy today launched a new task force on district heating; an industry initiative to deliver a subsidy free heat network market with strong protections for consumers.

  17. IEEFA Report: A U.K. Electricity Transformation Under Way, But in Need of Better Direction

    10 Mar 2017

    The U.K.’s capacity market is the weak link in the country’s ongoing transition toward a resilient, low-carbon grid. That is one of the core findings in a report—“Electricity-Grid Transition in the U.K.: As Coal-Fired Generation Recedes, Renewables and Reliable Generation Can Fill the Gap —we published today. The report finds that the U.K. grid is coping well with a coal phase-out, but requires greater investment in reliable generation to back up renewable power than the country is currently making.

  18. SBR and DSBR cost recovery arrangements removed

    9 Mar 2017

    Ofgem has confirmed its decision to remove the Supplemental Balancing Reserve (SBR) and Demand Side Balancing Reserve (DSBR) cost recovery arrangements for 2017-18 as they are no longer needed now Capacity Market delivery has been bought forward.

  19. Utility Week Live | Introducing the transformers

    8 Mar 2017

    Introducing the transformers, the 10 leading individuals and technologies embracing innovation and driving change in the UK utilities industry.

  20. Member Briefing │ Budget 2017

    8 Mar 2017

    Highlighting positive economic development over the past year, Philip Hammond released his first budget as Treasury Chancellor on 8 March. The Spring Budget 2017 outlines new tax and spending priorities through 2020, while modifying several existing programs. While last year’s spring budget was heavy on energy program modifications, this year’s contained fewer changes in those areas. Download this members briefing to find out more.

 
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