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.
This free event will give ADE members the opportunity to understand how CHP operators and suppliers can navigate an increasingly complicated regulatory and market landscape, avoiding risk and securing value. The event will take place on Thursday 10th September. Book now to secure your place.
The North Sea's biggest gas field discovery in a decade has been approved for production by Britain's oil and gas authority, so large it could supply 5% of the UK's current gas consumption.
Communal energy metering and billing specialist ENER-G Switch2 has celebrated its 35th anniversary by opening a central London office to support steep growth of community and district heating in the capital.
The Scottish Green MSPs are today (25 Aug) publishing a major research paper outlining how Scotland could create 200,000 jobs over the next 20 years by pursuing a new economy built on strengths such as renewables, green chemistry, home insulation and forestry.
Westminster City Council are expecting to collect around 200 tonnes of waste from Notting Hill Carnival this weekend, which, if converted correctly will generate enough energy to power 80,000 showers
Britain’s manufacturers have shown an amber light to the previous government’s ‘green’ red tape challenge, with the benefits of better regulation still not being felt by business, according to a new report out today by EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation. The report - Green tape: manufacturers’ views of progress on Defra’s regulatory reform agenda – shows that manufacturers want to see the Government go further in reforming legislation and streamlining data reporting, with seven in ten (71%) saying that cutting ‘green’ legislation in line with the ‘one in, two out’ policy is important to their business.
The ADE has prepared a draft response to the Ofgem's consultation on its minded-to decision on the Fuel Poor Network Extension Scheme.
The anaerobic digestion (AD) industry now delivers an electrical equivalent capacity (electricity and biomethane) of 514 megawatts across 411 plants in the farming, waste and water sectors.
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An alliance of 100 organisations representing tens of thousands of workers, small businesses, retailers, farming groups, co-operatives and local government representatives has written to the Prime Minister to express its support for small scale renewable electricity ahead of an expected review of the Feed-in Tariff as reported in the Sunday Times.
Courtesy of The Conversation, a new blog entry that discusses how millions of people worldwide can’t afford to keep their homes warm, but few realise how the heat wasted in our energy system could provide the answer.
Donside MSP, Mark McDonald has welcomed proposals to expand the implementation of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) within the Council’s Heating Stock.
TROPICAL POWER has opened its new 2.4 MW anaerobic digestion (AD) power plant in Nakuru County, Kenya, the first such plant ever to be connected to the grid in Africa.
As you may already be aware, the Lot1 Energy Labelling and accompanying Ecodesign Requirements Regulations will soon be in place. These regulations apply to space heaters, combination heaters and packages combining different space/combination heaters with controls and solar devices. Click the link to find out more.
Applications are being taken for the ADE's annual awards showcasing innovation, best practice and achievements across combined heat and power, district heating and energy services. This year we have two new awards categories; International and Integrated Energy.
The anaerobic digestion sector is unable to commit to new biogas heat projects until the government announces whether the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will be extended beyond April 2016, say industry experts.
Almost 2,000 of Scotland’s poorest households will benefit from a £5 million fund to make their homes cheaper to keep warm, Scottish housing Minister Margaret Burgess said today.
Electricity North West (ENW) is installing a tool in its control room to manage fault levels on the network, which it says will increase capacity, minimise disruption and cut costs for customers.
Eight out of ten businesses surveyed by The Energyst have appetite to provide demand side response services. National Grid wants to rapidly grow the market. So what’s stopping the two sides coming together and how can barriers to scale be overcome? Level the playing field, simplify the market and get as many firms as possible settled half-hourly, say TPIs, aggregators and specialist suppliers. Brendan Coyne talks to ADE Director Tim Rotheray for his insight.