This revised document lists the deadlines for data submission for the purpose of issuing ROCs and Renewable LECs and the dates by which Ofgem intends to issue ROCs and Renewable LECs for the period April 2015 to March 2016.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change would like to invite you to attend a stakeholder event to discuss preliminary results of the UK National Comprehensive Assessment. The event will be of interest to energy modellers, CHP and District Heating stakeholders and Local Authorities.
Following the pre-qualification system down-time on Monday 3 August, National Grid has taken the opportunity to review the timescales for the pre-qualification window.
Ofgem published on the 05th August a consultation on its minded-to decision to revise the RIIO GD1 connections target for Gas Distribution Companies (GDNs), under the Fuel Poor Network Extension Scheme. Read this brief summary from Policy Manager Hanae Chauvaud de Rochefort
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 Labour leadership candidate, Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn told Greenpeace he would like to see the renationalisation of the 'Big 6'.
Don’t miss your opportunity to join University of Birmingham researchers and business partners to learn about and help define the research focus of the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA). ERA is a new £60 million, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills funded, energy programme. This event focusses on thermal energy (heating and cooling), one of three themes to be delivered by ERA.
On the 4 June 2015, the European Court of Justice ruled that the UK has incorrectly applied the 5% VAT rate to the “supply and installation of energy-saving materials” in residential buildings. This includes lower carbon heating products such as heat pumps, micro-CHP and biomass boilers.
EuroSite Power is hosting a special event to provide a live case study of its On-Site Utility™ solutions at the world famous Wentworth Club, Surrey, UK on 24 September 2015 from 11 am to 2 pm. The event will provide an opportunity for delegates to learn how an On-Site Utility™ solution provides immediate, risk free savings with zero capital investment or maintenance costs for the customer.
Cleantech Innovate, which is run by ecoConnect, showcases innovation across all sectors of the low carbon economy, including: energy generation & storage, energy efficiency, transport, IT, buildings, waste, water, wave/tidal, agri/aqua-culture. Win 1 of 36 finalist places to present live at the London showcase at the Royal Institution
Vital Energi have secured a £3.5 million deal to provide the complete low-carbon energy solution for one of the capital’s most anticipated residential developments which is being delivered by St James.
An expert debate into the practical issues surrounding the adoption of ESCos in Scotland as a means of delivering energy programmes, meeting carbon targets and mitigating fuel poverty, including governance and funding.
The UK is the only country where data is available whose total energy consumption has now fallen below levels in 1965, the cut-off year for BP energy data, even while the country’s population has risen by a fifth and its economy trebled in size.
To ensure a competitive and effective energy market that works for hardworking families and businesses across the country, the Government has today laid out its response to the Competition and Markets Authority Provisional Findings on the state of the UK energy market.
Tesla has announced it will make its Powerwall energy storage battery available to customers in the UK from early 2016.
The UK economy saved nearly £250 million in fuel costs last year by generating its energy more efficiently, new Government figures show. This saving is equivalent to the gas bills of more than 350,000 homes.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has today released its annual Digest of UK Energy Statistics (DUKES) for 2015.
The consumer champion makes the call as British Gas today posted its latest profit statement, showing profits in their residential business almost doubling compared to the same period last year, jumping from £265m to £528m.
On July 5th, the Greater London Authority held a Programme Close event for the Decentralised Energy Project Delivery Unit (DEPDU). Read this article for further details.
The regulator published its annual report for the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) on Wednesday 29 July. The report covers the period from 9 April 2014-31 March 2015.