The CHPA has produced a draft consultation response to the Balance of Competence Energy Review Call for Evidence, which is now avaialble for member review.
The address for the Heat metering consultation workshop with DECC has been confirmed as AECOM, 4th Floor, Mid City Place, 71 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6QS.
The CHPA has published its response to Electricity Market Reform: Consultation on Proposals for Implementation.
In a letter to the Independent Heat Customer Protection Scheme’s Committee, Greg Barker MP, Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change expressed his appreciation for the Committee’s hard work in leading the development of a scheme to set a common standard in the quality and level of protection given by heat supply contracts.
The CHPA today welcomed the final passage of the Energy Act, which offers an opportunity to begin transitioning to a more efficient, consumer-led energy system.
In the Autumn Statement on 4 December, the Chancellor announced that district heating projects would be designated as a primary measure for funding under the Energy Company Obligation (ECO), the scheme that requires energy providers to pay for energy efficiency improvement measures in existing domestic properties.
The team at the CHPA wish you a Warm Christmas and a Happy New Year
DECC intends to launch a seven week consultation in December (the date is yet to be confirmed) on the transposition of articles 9 and 10 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive. To set out their proposals to industry and gather first hand feedback, DECC invites CHPA members to a workshop in January.
The Combined Heat and Power Association today welcomes the announcement of a deal to increase recovery of industrial waste heat to help lower energy bills and support local economic growth.
Ian Marchant and Robert Sansom sum up their thoughts on Heat 13. Slides for the main presentations are now also available.
Our Storify which brings together photos, tweets and blogs to bring you a round up of key points from our conference
Key industrial sectors were left frustrated today as the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement failed to address urgent threat of rising energy costs to energy efficient industries.
The CHPA has produced a member briefing addressing the changes and policy decisions announced in the Government’s response document, Non-Domestic RHI: Improving Support, Increasing Uptake, on 4 December.
The CHPA today welcomed the Government’s announcement of a specific tariff for biomass CHP under the Renewable Heat Incentive.
This briefing sets out the timescales of policies impacting renewable CHP, and key issues facing renewable and energy from waste CHP developers.
A community centre, a medical device manufacturing plant, and residents of almost 2,000 homes are benefiting from reduced energy bills as a result of the award-winning CHP and district heating schemes recognised at the CHPA Awards last night.
The CHPA produced a response to the Renewables Obligation (RO) Grace Periods consultation.
The Rt Hon Gregory Barker MP, Minister for Energy and Climate Change today announced the Green Investment Bank would have a new focus on district heating.
Officials from the Green Investment Bank and the Department for Energy and Climate Change’s new Heat Networks Delivery Unit saw firsthand the significant opportunities CHP and district heating provide to Nottingham during site visits organised by the CHPA.
The Combined Heat and Power Association today published a report showing how efficient energy production supports jobs and growth in British industry, and called on the Chancellor to support this key industrial technology.