For over a decade, the Decentralised Energy Awards have been our chance to come together and celebrate the achievements of our sector. This year has presented us with many challenges, but has also highlighted the importance of our industry in providing people with security, comfort, flexibility and a template for a clean energy future.
The ADE's Heat Networks Sector conference took place on Tuesday 5 May.
Wednesday 29 April saw the ADE host our first fully online sector conference!
A new consumer protection agreement has been agreed today (1 May 2020) between members of the Heat Networks Industry Council. Measures agreed include ensuring all customers remain supplied with energy,heating and hot water through challenging times and supporting customers in financial distress.
Given the recent shift to homeworking, how we manage our energy use at home has never been more important.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic presents new, challenging circumstances for us all. However the ADE is working to support members from across the sector. The statement below is from ADE Director, Ian Calvert.
The Decentralised Energy Awards are the leading and most prestigious Awards for those involved in decentralised energy, recognising and celebrating the people and projects which have developed innovative decentralised energy solutions designed around the needs of the user.
As a result of the concerns over Coronavirus / COVID 19 we have made the difficult decision to postpone the ADE’s Heat & Decentralised Energy Conference until the Autumn.
An announcement made today in the UK Budget 2020 (11th of March 2020) will boost the UK heat sector in combatting climate change, says the Association for Decentralised Energy (The ADE).
The ADE welcomes Steph Hacker to the team, who has joined ACE as a Researcher.