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The Urban Community Energy Fund has been launched today, giving community groups in England the opportunity to bid for grants of up to £20,000, or loans of up to £130,000.
Clarke Energy has been commissioned by Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) to supply two sewage treatment plants (STPs) with new sewage gas cogeneration units in Brisbane.
Inspirit Energy is happy to announce a further, and very significant testing and field trial agreement with Utilitywise plc (“Utilitywise”) which is one of Europe’s leading and rapidly expanding Energy, environmental management and Utility Broker companies.
Last week the Right Honourable Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change delivered the annual energy statement to the House of Commons. This article is a summary of that address, detailing CHP, heat networks, RHI and the Heat Networks Delivery Unit.
CHPA is this year once again supporting the Gas to Power Journal UK Forum, which will take place on the 20th and 21st of November 2014 at the Melia White House Hotel in London. CHPA Policy Manager Jonathan Graham will be speaking on Integrated Energy Security.
More social landlords and their tenants could soon be benefiting from renewable heating, helping them have warmer homes and lower bills.
National Grid has secured a £1.5 billion loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB). The EIB loan is the largest ever granted by the bank and will be used to invest in the electricity grid and to connect more renewables. It will finance projects such as the £1 billion London Power tunnels project, which will supply the city for generations to come.
Chris Marsland, Technical Director for ENER-G Group explains how combined heat and power could play an integral part for more renewable energy to be brought onto the grid. But the added complexity of doing so is costly, so who should pay?
Delta-ee’s latest research into the UK residential market for low carbon heating products* shows that this market will grow from 30,000 installations in 2014 to 90,000 installations in 2017.
Some of this year's most innovative and impressive energy efficiency schemes were celebrated at a prestigious awards ceremony hosted by the CHPA.
Limerick-based CHP specialist Temp Tech has won an ENER-G 'Cogen Partner' award for its green energy leadership in developing the combined heat and power (CHP) market in Ireland.
According to new analysis released this week, householders could be paying £141 a year to subsidise renewable energy projects by 2020.
The UK Green Investment Bank (GIB), leading global investment firm KKR, and specialist investment manager Temporis Capital LLP have today announced a new £200m lending programme for community-scale renewable energy projects in the UK.
The CHPA has responded to DCLG's consultation on the Housing Standards Technical Review. Whilst we welcome the Government’s decision to allow Local Authorities to set minimum energy efficiency standards up to 2016, we would welcome more clarity on Government proposed implementation of the changes.
The CHPA has submitted a consultation response on implementing the Emissions Performance Standard, welcoming the Government's proposed use of the 'boiler distribution method'.
Three new boilers and a combined heat and power unit have been installed at the Steeton site as part of energy efficiency improvements.
A HIGH court judge has upheld Sutton Council's decision to approve plans for an incinerator on Beddington Farmlands.
The success of a new scheme for protecting heat consumers will be vital if households and businesses are to have access to low carbon, affordable heat through heat networks, Energy Minister Amber Rudd MP said today.
The CHPA has submitted a response to the consultation on the Capacity Market's supplementary design proposals, highlighting the importance of a liquid secondary trading market.