The Quarterly Policy & Market Update provides an overview of recent Government decisions as well as intelligence on ongoing policy and market development and updates on work completed by the Association.
Bosch Commercial and Industrial has added to its range of energy efficient heating, cooling, and hot water technologies, by launching an enhanced version of its heat interface unit (HIU).
Cogeneration specialist ENER-G has published a free guide to assessing the economic feasibility of combined heat and power (CHP) projects.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the latest phase of Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Pilot at the new Silverdale Nursery, which received more than £60,000 from the first round of funding in June 2016 to connect the building to the energy centre.
Danfoss has partnered with C Space to set up the Danfoss HVAC Lab – an invite-only, online community of investors, optimisers, designers and other industry professionals. It is one the first innovation communities in the industry, and we’re asking you to be one of its members.
The Conference will explore the many opportunities for Scotland’s cities to embrace the transition to a sustainable, clean, green economy; reducing energy costs and tackling fuel poverty, while attracting low-carbon investment and jobs, and building Scotland’s industries of the future.
The Scottish Government has released a consultation paper on Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategies (LHEES), and regulation of district heating.
The ADE has submitted a response to the Defra consultation on plans to impose NOx emission controls on generators from 1-50 MW thermal input as well as implement the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD).
Guru Systems picked up the award for product innovation at this year’s CIBSE Building Performance Awards.
This consultation concerns proposals for changes to the support for biomass-Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant offered under the RHI scheme.
The Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Ofgem are looking to recruit members to participate in a new electricity networks stakeholder group - the Smart Systems Forum.
With an increasingly distributed energy system, rapidly falling energy storage costs, and a growing demand for flexibility and energy autonomy, micro-grids are fast becoming a key topic of commercial relevance in many global markets.
The University of Edinburgh is set to harness the power of trigeneration in a new £9 million energy project which will revolutionise the way they produce heating, cooling and electricity at their Easter Bush Veterinary Campus.
The Government has published its response to the Energy Company Obligation (ECO): Help to Heat consultation. The Association has prepared this member briefing note to provide an overview of the changes and highlight the areas of interest to members.
The company is installing new combined heat and power (CHP) engines at three of Southern Water’s treatment works - Budds Farm and Fullerton in Hampshire and Gravesend in Kent.
Building on the successes of the previous years, Salix is proud to announce the launch of the latest Revolving Green Fund. Salix will assess applications as they are received, so early submissions are encouraged to allow the maximum possible time for any follow up discussions on your projects.
Taking place 7-8th of February, Building on the REA’s ‘Energy Storage - The New Market Dynamic’ event, Energy Storage & Connected Systems 2017 will bring together key industry figures to focus on the future of energy in the UK.
The Association for Decentralised Energy is delighted to welcome Sharon Youssefi to the team. Sharon will take on the role of Policy Manager.
The heat network industry is growing, and so is interest from politicians, the media and the general public. Yet publically available information about the size of the market, number of connections, and the types and locations of schemes is very limited and often out of date. Last year heat suppliers were required to submit information to comply with heat network metering and billing regulations, but the Government indicated that it is not in a position to share this data more widely at the moment. In order to build a more accurate and publically available picture of the heat network industry in the UK the ADE is calling on heat suppliers to submit similar information as part of a district heating data collection project.
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.