The Solar Trade Association (STA) has called on the Conservative government to invest in Britain’s power infrastructure to protect low-carbon projects, The Guardian has reported.
Leading manufacturer, Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating, has enhanced its market-leading range of gas-fired boilers with the launch of a 50kW GB162 boiler. The new appliance has been introduced to offer even more installation flexibility for heating engineers and perfectly bridges the gap between domestic boilers and Bosch’s current light commercial GB162 range.
ENER-G has reached the finals of the 10th British Renewable Energy Awards, in recognition of its success as an innovator in combined heat and power (CHP). The awards are hosted by the Renewable Energy Association, which has shortlisted ENER-G for the Innovation Award.
In line with the 27% borough wide carbon reduction target by 2017 in the Camden Plan, the Council continues to find better ways to encourage and equip organisations across the borough with the knowledge, tools and capability to reduce their carbon dependency. This event is set to enable organisations across the borough to support and involve themselves in decentralised energy networks by showcasing the benefits of the business case and what it can mean in regards to efficiency and therefore carbon footprint.
In an election thought to be 'too close to call' by many predictive polls, late this morning, the Conservatives exceeded the overall majority with 327 seats, with a further 4 seats to be declared. Read our Election overview and a summary on what the Conservative Party has planned for energy.
Utility Week reports that major energy companies' shares went up this morning when exit polls indicated a Conservative majority victory.
The Guardian reports on the hotel adopting new demand-response programme to cut costs and improve their green credentials
We would welcome members' views on the proposed approaches to improve arrangements for connecting to the electricity distribution network.
A few years ago, it was rooftop solar. Now battery storage is the new silver bullet to solve our energy problems. Storage is a great step forward, and it will play an important role in our sustainable energy future. But it is just one piece of the jigsaw puzzle that is our energy future.
In March 2015, DECC published a discussion document to detail how Capacity Market participants might be able to trade their obligations in a secondary market. At the request of ADE Industrial Forum members, we have now produced a briefing note which aims to explain the secondary obligation trading proposals, as well as explain how these proposals fit within the other trading options, such as volume reallocation or through financial instruments.
Britain’s gas-fired power plants are beginning to feel the squeeze of low profit margins as analysis revealed the nation’s first quarter fuel mix was powered by record levels of output from wind farms.
Council and European Parliament representatives reached an agreement in principle on the decision concerning the establishment and operation of a market stability reserve (MSR) at a meeting on 5 May 2015. The decision, which introduces measures to tackle structural supply-demand imbalances in the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), is an important step in the fight against climate change and paves the way for the wider review of the EU ETS.
A concerted push for clean-energy innovation is the only way the world can meet its climate goals, the International Energy Agency said on Monday as it released its flagship energy technology report.
The number of patents for renewable energy products and systems filed worldwide has fallen by 42% in the last three years, suggesting that global investment and innovation in "green" energy is stalling, says EMW, the commercial law firm.
Tesla, the maker of luxury electric cars, has unveiled a series of batteries that will allow homes and businesses to store renewable energy, as it attempts to solve a major challenge facing the transition to the low carbon economy. Business Green reports.
The regulator published its decision on Tuesday 28 April on the supplemental balancing reserve (SBR) and demand side balancing reserve (DSBR) costs for winter 2014-15. Ofgem has decided not to disallow any of the costs incurred by National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET) relating to the procurement and testing of SBR and DSBR for the winter.
This contract is for up to two new connections to the existing Bunhill Heat and Power network.
A year after the installation of a 229kW Cogeneration System at the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre in Wagga Wagga, the results have proven again that Cogeneration was a good investment.
In 'Flicking the switch: are electric utilities prepared for a low carbon future' - CDP's research, the second of a series, ranks European utilities in a league table (see end) based on a number of different emissions-related metrics. When taken in aggregate, these metrics could have a material impact on a company's earnings in a market where the regulator is seeking to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the EU by 40% by 2030 (and 80% by 2050) from 1990 levels.
Low-carbon electricity supplied a record 38.3 per cent of power in 2014, with 19.2% coming from renewable sources.