A response from the Combined Heat and Power Association - September 2012
One of the questions to be tackled at Heat Conference 2012.
Biomass CHP developer joins the CHPA.
Energy consultancy joins the CHPA.
We welcome the opportunity to contribute to the Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry on Budget 2013.
How does the way we heat our economy need to change and how can we make sure we take the users of heat with us?
Today’s report on domestic heating for the Electricity Networks Association has highlighted the essential role of heat networks in meeting the UK’s carbon reduction targets, whilst keeping options open during a period of major transition.
Over twenty universities attended the most recent CHPA sector event.
Presentations from the recent CHPA members' event.
Renewable Energy Investment Fund (REIF) available to renewable district heating projects £400,000.
Ed Davey and John Gummer among those speaking at joint CHPA, Energy Institute conference.
Landmark cooperation in new energy infrastructure cuts gas consumption and slashes CO2 emissions by up to 300,000 tonnes p.a.
Packages available for the joint CHPA/Energy Institute Heat Conference and the CHPA Awards dinner 2012.
The CHPA has moved to new offices near St James Park, Westminster.
New dedicated RHI tariff for CHP announced, alongside new efficiency requirements in the Scottish Renewables Obligation.
New biomass plant larger than 10MW must be CHP to qualify for Renewables Obligation Certificates.
This free event will give CHPA members the opportunity to explore all aspects of the Electricity Market Reform programme.
The seminar will provide practical information on the business benefits that can be realised from sustainability.
EMA provides feedback on DECC electricity demand reduction report, carried out by McKinsey.