The UK could save about £1bn and thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions by paying people to use electricity at different times, according to a study using government figures by Open Energi.
Energy giant E.ON has teamed up with a group of universities to create and connect a giant battery-based energy storage research facility to the grid, in a move that has created one of the largest and fastest energy storage facilities in the UK.
As a first step in this inquiry, the Energy and Climate Change Committee is seeking answers to a single question: "Which innovations have the greatest potential to revolutionise energy markets, and why?" and is seeking written and video submissions.
Scottish Ministers have granted consent for the construction and operation of a gas fired combined heat and power (CHP) plant at BP Kinneil Terminal in Grangemouth.
Gateshead College is one of the first customers to sign contracts to take heat and power from Gateshead Energy Company for the next 20 years.
The next Demand Response Forum will take place at 11am - 3pm on Wednesday 20 April 2016.
Cranfield University is celebrating a successful heating season operating its new biomass boiler. To feedback on their experience they will be hosting an event with a workshop and tour. Attendees will have a chance to learn more about this project with presentations from Cranfield staff, Flogas Renewables the supplier and installer of the boiler, and LC Energy who provide the fuel.
Recycling disposable coffee cups is a waste of time and money, according to a leading green company, Viridor. Read the article on The Times.
Slides for the recent ADE and Osborne Clarke event are now available.
The report sets out the independent investigation group’s comprehensive package of 33 remedies, which it proposes to introduce following the conclusion of its investigation in June. The CMA has set out a wide range of measures to bring about changes in the electricity wholesale market, push forward technical developments and tackle regulatory and policy issues – all of which could ultimately help reduce customers’ bills.
Eurosite Power has signed an On-Site Utility agreement worth approximately £3.02 (US$4.83) million with Doncaster Culture & Leisure Trust for The Dome leisure center, Doncaster, UK.
Global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) – the largest source of man-made greenhouse gas emissions – stayed flat for the second year in a row, according to analysis of preliminary data for 2015 released today by the International Energy Agency (IEA). “The new figures confirm last year’s surprising but welcome news: we now have seen two straight years of greenhouse gas emissions decoupling from economic growth,” said IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol.
The Scottish Government has awarded over £10 million to support innovative large-scale low carbon local energy projects including two ambitious district heating projects Energy Minister Fergus Ewing announced today.
This Code of Practice has been produced to assist in raising standards right across the supply chain and to stimulate adoption of the technology.
Winckworth Sherwood and community heat metering and billing specialist Switch2 Energy are hosting a free breakfast seminar in central London to explain latest regulations and best practice affecting community and district heat networks.
From 13 June to 17 June 2016, Cranfield University is organising the Combined Heat and Power (CHP) course. The Course will provide delegates with an understanding of CHP technologies with conventional fuels and renewables.
As part of its energy efficient heating, cooling, and hot water technologies, Bosch Commercial and Industrial, has extended its Combined Heat and Power (CHP) range with the addition of a new module aimed at enhancing energy efficiency for smaller commercial applications.
This Member Briefing provides an overview of the 2016-17 Budget, and the Government's response to its 2015 consultation on the business energy tax landscape.
Carbon Brief provides a summary of the main policy details related to climate change and energy, as well as another key government announcement made earlier this week to enshrine into law a “net zero emissions” goal.
ENGIE (formerly Cofely GDF SUEZ) has been awarded a £29 million Carbon and Energy Fund (CEF) framework contract through the Liverpool Energy Collaboration CEF Scheme. Within the framework, which will see £12.4 million of third-party investment, ENGIE will construct, operate and maintain gas-fired CHP energy centres for three NHS Trusts, as well as carrying out site-wide upgrades to energy-consuming equipment.