Superior benefits for leading players in the decentralised energy sector with the strongest opportunities to determine the future of the sector.Highest levels of representation and influence with Government and policy makers.
For businesses with a strong stake in the maintenance and development of a robust decentralised energy market.Engagement in the full suite of the Association’s activities.Opportunities for input into the direction of the ADE and its lobbying position.
Tailored for organisations developing strong commercial, managerial and operational interests in the decentralised energy sector.This membership level is targeted at members who may not yet have interests in all of our technology areas but have businesses with significant position in the sector.
For companies and operators seeking a better understanding of the decentralised energy, CHP, demand side services, heat network and energy management market.Offers opportunities to play an active part in the national activities of the Association and become more engaged with the wider industry.
For public sector and social housing organisations, Universities, NHS Trusts, Regional Development Agencies and Registered Social Landlords.
Through its work with Government and other key bodies, the Association provides an influential voice for its members. Through its efforts, the ADE has become the leading decentralised energy advocate…
A significant growth in membership over the past year points to the growing interest and opportunity for decentralised energy and the new Government's foci on economic productivity and industrial strategy…
The Association for Decentralised Energy's membership of Cogen Europe, Euroheat and Power and the Smart Energy Demand Coalition allows us to actively influence discussions about sustainable energy at EU level. Find out…
Demand response puts energy consumers at the heart of the electricity industry. The ADE’s commitment to user-led energy makes it the voice of flexible energy consumers, demand-side aggregators and despatchable low-carbon generation like combined heat and power.
We gain a huge amount from our membership of the ADE. This is not only lobbying government to ensure that core policy areas are not forgotten, or killed off as collateral damage to a wider piece of policy, but in keeping us informed and up to speed on developments and progressions in the industry.
The University of Warwick is very supportive of the ADE for its sustained ability to provide a unique bridge between users, providers and policy makers. The ADE's deep understanding of decentralised energy needs is pivotal in convincing Government to promote essential changes such as legislative frameworks, code of practice and the heat customer protection scheme. Regular members briefing meetings and conferences deliver quality insights and information allowing us to make informed decision and network with peers.
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