A coalition of British investors have written to Chancellor George Osborne, urging him to boost support for the UK's renewable industry following a summer which has seen successive subsidy cuts hit the sector. Business Green reports.
An ADE member event that focused on how CHP operators and suppliers can navigate an increasingly complicated regulatory and market landscape, avoiding risk and securing value. Download the slides and read tweets from the event here.
Britain’s largest demand response provider says a shake-up in the country’s energy market could see businesses in all sectors become the power stations of the future.
Following a public consultation, the government has announced that they will be removing pre-accreditation for all new participants in the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme from 01 October.
The government has defeated an amendment to the Finance Bill that would have required the Treasury to report on the impact of removing the Climate Change Levy (CCL) exemption for renewables electricity.
According to Morgan Stanley's latest report the 2015 capacity market auction is “unlikely to clear above the 2014 level and could be somewhat lower”.
Nottingham City Council has today (Monday 7 September 2015) launched Robin Hood Energy, the first local authority-owned not-for-profit energy supply company since nationalisation of Great Britain’s electricity supply industry in 1948.
This autumn policy-makers, leading energy companies, investors and market experts will gather at Chatham House to assess the shift in electricity markets and the future of traditional, large-scale remote power generation.
Last year, the innovative combined heat and power and ground source heat pump system installed at Notre Dame Primary School was celebrated at the ADE's annual awards dinner. One year on, we spoke to Bob McNair from Glasgow City Council to find out more about how this innovative system has benefitted the school's community.
ENER-G Switch2 has published a free e-guide entitled "How to Charge for Communal Heating", including advice on new regulations and recommendations for metering and billing.
A partnership, led by Cornwall Council’s Public Health service and including the Council of Isles of Scilly, Community Energy Plus, Cornwall Housing, Devon and Cornwall Housing Group, Coastline Housing, Guinness Trust, Inclusion Cornwall and SSE, has welcomed the news that it has successfully bid for £1.3 million from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) Central Heating Fund.
Jean-Bernard Levy, EDF's chief executive has confirmed that the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant has been delayed and will not start generating power in 2023 as planned.
As part of the NHS energy efficiency drive, London’s St Bartholomew’s Hospital is investing in a combined cooling, heat and power (CCHP) plant to help boost the capital’s energy security and reduce the area’s emissions.
CAG Consultants, in association with Narec Distributed Energy (NDE), were commissioned by DECC to undertake an evaluation of the Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU) – a specialist unit established in 2013 to address the capability and capacity issues faced by local authorities (LAs) when developing heat networks. The purpose of this research is to help refine future activity; provide formal accountability for the spend to date; inform wider DECC and other government departments work; identify where cross-government engagement is required to support the development of heat networks; and to help local authorities improve their approach to developing such projects.
The ADE has provided a short response to Ofgem's minded-to decision on the Fuel Poor Scheme consultation, which proposes to set-up a target for district heating connections.
UK energy policy was labelled 'totally irrational' by Ministers today as Parliament was updated on the closure of Longannet power station next March.
Energy giant Drax and renewable energy firm Infinis have launched a legal challenge against changes to the Climate Change Levy (CCL) exemption made by the government in the summer budget.
A North yorkshire theme park is making energy savings of around £130k per year after installing eco-friendly biomass heating systems.
The government should accelerate investment in energy efficiency measures for low-income households with a further £1bn of annual capital spending, according to a new report from IPPR.
The Heat Network Partnership estimates that delivery of 50% of the 103 known heat network projects in Scotland offers an investment opportunity of around £100m to £240m.