Eurosite Power has signed an On-Site Utility agreement worth approximately £4.11 million with The Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, South Wales, United Kingdom
The Impact Assessment was updated on 4 July 2016 to correctly express the operating costs in Table 19 of Annex B. Following this amendment the deadline has been extended to the 14th July.
On Tuesday, Ofgem published its final decisions on proposed changes to the Capacity Market Rules for the 2016/17 auctions. The Association has prepared a briefing note to provide members with an overview of the changes and highlight the key proposals that will be of particular interest to members’ operations.
Leaving the EU will not change the government’s “commitment to a clear energy policy framework”, energy minister Andrea Leadsom has said. In a speech delivered at the Utility Week conference on Tuesday 5 July, Leadsom said that energy security was DECC’s “non-negotiable” top priority, but that this would be delivered by increasingly “diverse means”, with storage and interconnection growing in importance.
The Energyst magazine seeks views on demand-side response and invites members to take a short survey ahead of a report and free conference.
ENGIE has been highlighted as a leader in its field following a detailed benchmarking exercise of 18 energy services providers - each measured across a broad range of criteria. The Verdantix Green Quadrant® UK Energy Services 2016 analysis combined benchmark data from supplier interviews, responses to an 86-point questionnaire and a survey with a panel of 15 budget holders for energy services.
Britain could rely on other countries for 93 percent of its gas supplies by 2040 if there is weak economic growth and not enough money available to support domestic gas production, National Grid said on Tuesday.
The Association for Decentralised Energy is delighted to welcome John Bryant to the team. John will take on the role of Head of Business Development.
In a speech made to the Business and Climate Summit today, energy secretary Amber Rudd reaffirmed Government’s commitment to heat network infrastructure investment. Dr Tim Rotheray, Association for Decentralised Energy director welcomed the speech.
This consultation is seeking views to inform the design and management of the Heat Network Investment Project (HNIP). HNIP aims to provide £320m of capital support to increase the volume of heat networks being built, deliver carbon savings, and help create the conditions necessary for a self-sustaining heat network market to develop. The Government is seeking views from current and potential heat network sponsors, investors, supply chain, and any other interested stakeholders, on how best to use the capital support funding to overcome barriers to investment in heat networks and achieve the aims of the project.
Energy Live News asks experts in the energy sector give their views on what could happen following the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
The City of Edinburgh Council is recruiting directors for its new ESCo, "Energy for Edinburgh". The information pack can be downloaded at www.edinburgh.gov.uk/energy.
Energy firm SSE has today published a report making the case for increased use of district heating to improve heating efficiency and affordability. The results are compelling; lives have improved, comfort has increased, carbon emissions have fallen and jobs and economic value have been created.
Bosch Commercial and Industrial has extended its market leading Combined Heat and Power (CHP) offering to include modules ranging from 600kWe – 2MWe.
Lisa Nandy and Alan Whitehead have tendered their resignation from the shadow cabinet's energy team.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has announced an investment worth more than €10 billion (£8bn) for energy, clean transport and innovation projects. It will provide funding worth €7.4 billion (£5.6bn) for 38 projects in Europe and around the world.
Over 30 measures will be brought in after the most comprehensive investigation into the energy market since privatisation. These will drive down costs by increasing competition between suppliers and helping more customers switch to better deals, whilst protecting those less able to benefit from competition. They will also bring in technical and regulatory changes to modernise the market and ensure it works in consumers’ interests.
The UK has voted to leave the EU by 52% to 48%. Leave won the majority of votes in England and Wales, while every council in Scotland saw Remain majorities
Following this morning's announcement that the UK voted to leave the EU, this briefing note sets out a short synopsis of energy policy which may see changes as a result of the decision.
The Awards celebrate innovation, best practice and achievements across combined heat and power, district heating and demand response energy services. The awards deadline is the 30th June, find out how to submit your entry and celebrate your project and team.