The workshop will introduce proposed changes to Licence Lite, and involve an expert panel comprising Ofgem, Cornwall Energy, the Greater London Authority and DECC.
Late last night EU leaders committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40%, and increase energy efficiency and renewables by at least 27% by 2030.
Ian Marchant, FEI, President of the Energy Institute gives an alternative solution on how we can achieve secure, affordable, low carbon energy.
The CHPA response to the Energy and Climate Change Committee's EMR inquiry focusses on how EMR has resulted in the discrimination of decentralised participants, with policy design principles starting from the perspective of centralised generators. This design is despite a global and UK trend towards more decentralised generation and more demand management control for energy users.
Opra are pleased to invite you to join their free webinar. Register to hear about the technology from OPRA Turbines chief development engineer and case studies from application and project engineers. Familiarize yourself with smaller gas turbine technology and gain ideas and solutions for your projects or studies.
The application for the South Hook combined heat and power station has been given development consent by the Department for Energy and Climate Change.
UK Power Reserve has bought an organic pepper farm to add to its energy balancing service to the national grid. There’s no vegetating for the Combined Heat and Power plant at the Cantelo Nurseries in Somerset.
The CHPA today welcomed a new report from WWF calling for heat networks to be a national infrastructure priority.
The CHPA has been working with members over the last few months to develop accessible, clear, easy-to-understand guidance for contractors, consultants and key customer groups which are considering or installing CHP systems. The guidance will signpost to other regulations and technical advice documents.
The Government is backing stronger reforms to make the EU Emissions Trading System work more efficiently and stimulate investment in low-carbon technologies, it has been announced today.
The Invitation to Tender Pack for the first Demand Side Balancing Reserve (DSBR) Tender Round for the 2015/16 winter period is now available on the National Grid website. The DSBR Tender Window closes at 17:00 on Friday 5th December 2014.
A new report published by Ecofys states that Europe’s dependence on imports of natural gas is a growing concern. Given the very limited opportunities for increasing domestic natural gas production, increased energy efficiency and greater use of renewable energy sources are the main options for decreasing imports over the long term. This paper argues that cost-effective measures in efficiency and realistic developments in renewables could halve the EU’s imports of natural gas, while reducing emissions of greenhouse gases by 49 per cent by 2030 (compared to 1990).
We’re delighted that Matthew Pencharz, Senior Advisor on Environment and Energy to Mayor of London Boris Johnson, will be joining us at Heat 2014. We took some time to catch up with him ahead of the event.
Energy Live News reports that householders in Britain could save £500 million a year if they take control of their heating.
A blaze at Didcot B power station, that started on Sunday night, was quickly brought under control and is not expected to cause any blackouts.
Network Rail is embarking upon a joint project to install 1.5km district heating pipe-work to supply excess heat from Birmingham New Street station to offices and other buildings in the city.
Britain has been identified as one of five potential European countries for distribution of a new supply of biopropane. If deployed in Great Britain biopropane could make a major contribution to Britain’s 2020 Renewable Energy targets in both transport and heating applications.
The industry body for CHP responded today to Owen Paterson's speech on Wednesday night to the Global Warming Policy Foundation. While the CHPA welcomed the former Secretary of State’s call for a focus on CHP and demand management as a way to more cost-effectively deliver a low-carbon, secure energy system, it noted that it is current energy policy, not the Climate Change Act, which has held back progress.
Round 4 of the Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU) funding opened on 16 Oct 2014.
Energy minister Ed Davey told the Guardian that a compromise on energy efficiency in the energy and climate change package due to be agreed on next week could be possible.