CHPA Director Graham Meeks will provide oral evidence to the Public Bill Committee on 17 January.
CHPA Director, Graham Meeks, reflects on what has been a critical year for our industry.
Comments on microCHP and the interaction between renewable heat incentives.
Interaction with wider heat policy critical for developing district heating.
On Wednesday, 5th December the Chancellor presented his Autumn Statement to Parliament and the Department for Energy and Climate Change released its Gas Generation Strategy. The CHPA issued a press statement on the Gas Generation Strategy. This briefing provides some further detail of some of the energy and CHP issues from Wednesday announcements.
The Combined Heat and Power Association welcomes the opportunity to respond to Renewable Heat Incentive: Consultation on proposals for a domestic scheme. December 2012
The Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) welcomes the opportunity to respond to Part A of this consultation
The Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the RIIO ED-1 overview consultation. The CHPA is the leading advocate of an integrated approach to delivering energy services using combined heat and power and district heating. The Association has over 100 members active across a range of technologies and markets and is one of the leading industry bodies in the sustainable energy sector.
Energy efficiency investment ‘vital’ to protect competitiveness of UK economy and household budgets.
The CHPA makes recommendations for better supporting industry’s role in the green economy.
The CHPA recommends supporting organsiations to choose high efficiency CHP over power-only generation.
The CHPA supports Government’s efforts to drive the most optimal use of biomass.
Now in its fifth year, the CHPA Awards showcase achievement, innovation and best practice from across the sector.
Heat Conference 2012 delegates hear of renewed focus on heat policy from DECC Secretary of State, Ed Davey.
The CHPA today presented a “Big Offer” to Energy Secretary Ed Davey, the aim being to boost the amount of district heating in local communities.
Taking a systems approach to thinking about our changing energy system can help shed light on opportunities for the UK, its energy businesses and their customers.
Will the barriers to take-up persist or can we find a path to network expansion that works for industry, government and the end user?
A response from the Combined Heat and Power Association - September 2012