The work will provide detailed estimates of current and future Demand Side Response potential in Great Britain to inform auction parameters in relation to the Transitional Arrangements and the main Capacity Market. Phase I will require the development of a DSR supply curve and sensitivity analysis and Phase II will develop a model to enhance DECC’s existing modelling of electricity supply and demand.
Edina UK Ltd is delighted to be among the team named to implement the District Heating Scheme formally announced by Gateshead Council earlier this month. For several years the idea has been under research and development with support from district energy specialists, Parsons Brinckerhoff.
The government is making an extra £25 million of funding available in world leading auctions for low carbon support, following high levels of demand for contracts.
National Grid launches auction for CfD allocations (closing 4th Feb) and DECC add £35m to CfD Pot 2 (inc biomass CHP).
BRE Wales & South West and a consortium of partners have won funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) under a competition designed to boost innovation in the heat network industry and extend its reach across the UK*.
The 2015 World Waste to Energy City Summit brings together its best ever faculty of international waste management CEOs, developers, bankers, private equity financiers, technology providers and industrial end users for two days of intensive networking.
Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating saw significant growth last year, with its year-on-year sales increasing by 28% and six new industry specialists added to its national sales team.
A dozen world renowned energy experts launch the International Energy Advisory Council (IEAC) to assist local and national governments as well as a range of other organizations with the design and implementation of forward-looking energy policy that can contribute significantly to sustainable development, and to climate-change mitigation and adaptation. The initiative has received commendations from political leaders and energy professionals from around the world (see page 2).
EuroSite Power Inc., (OTCQB: EUSP) an On-Site Utility solutions provider, offering clean electricity, heat, hot water and cooling solutions to hospitality, healthcare, housing and leisure centres in the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe, has announced customer savings totalling GBP198,372 (USD300,000) achieved by its fleet of CHP (Combined Heat and Power) units operating in the UK in 2014.
This DECC discussion paper sets out the government’s proposals for the 2016 review of Climate Change Agreements targets and invited views from stakeholders on the proposed approach and methodology. This paper also includes a call for evidence to inform the review of sector commitments.
A share of £100,000 is up for grabs as part of a new community energy competition launched today by Energy and Climate Change Secretary, Edward Davey.
DECC releases regional figures for the Feed-In-Tariff including updated statistics for MicroCHP.
A combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plant which could create 900 jobs is set to be built in Teesside after the project was deemed to be in line with EU state aid rules.
The ADE has submitted a response on ECO 2.2 consultation
The ADE has published a summary of comments received during the consultation as we want to keep organisations that responded up to date with the progress.
A low carbon heating project led by E.ON working with the University of Exeter and technology providers SK Solar and Star Renewable Energy has today been awarded a Government research grant to carry out the feasibility work to create a UK-first community-wide energy scheme based on emissions-free renewable energy sources.
Sustainable Energy Company Vital Energi have been formally awarded the £3.1 million contract to deliver Phase 1 of the Somers Town Heat Network in Euston, which will include a new energy centre and 0.5km of district heating.
The latest annual Which? energy company satisfaction survey shows that customers preferred smaller providers who scored much higher than their Big 6 counterparts for the fourth year in a row.
Business Green reporter Jessica Shankleman gives her opinion on living on a heat network and provides her top 10 tips to district heating providers.
In Brief: Ofgem found that competition for electricity connections has grown quickly in recent years. But there are sections of the market where competition has not developed so well. Their review found problems that combine to limit the development of competition. Together, these can make it hard to compete against the DNO on price and the timeliness of connection. These issues also increase the perceived risk and hassle of using an alternative connection provider for customers.