Caroline Bragg, Senior Policy Manager for the ADE, has written a blog for Npower Business Solutions | Energy HQ. She asks the question, with all the changes over the last few years, many businesses are wondering: Are the government and Ofgem really serious about moving to a smart energy system?
ACE Research will be monitoring and evaluating the impact of energy advice to 15,000 consumers across nine European countries as part of the Solutions to Tackle Energy Poverty (STEP) project.
Alton Towers, Cambridge University and a science and innovation park in Newcastle are among the shortlisted entries for the Association for Decentralised Energy’s (ADE) annual awards programme.
As we get closer to the judge's announcing their shortlist, member's are encouraged to take advantage of the early-bird rate discount that will be available until the end of 19 July.
To mark the publication of a major new report on the future of the UK energy system, ADE's Tim Rotheray argues a more user-led energy market could prove critical to the success of the net zero transition.
The ADE and Osborne Clarke's Smart Energy Conference took place on 25 June 2019, focusing on the theme of 'New Frontiers of the Smart System'.In the wake of the Committee on Climate Change's report on achieving net zero by 2050, a range of speakers discussed the role that smart systems can play in helping to reach this target.
Members don't miss out! Member's early-bird rates are available until today 31 May for tables and individual seats for the Decentralised Energy Awards 2019.
Changes to little-known rules and regulations are threatening progress on emissions reductions, warns Tim Rotheray from the Association for Decentralised Energy.
Submit your entry today! Applications will today close for the Decentralised Energy Awards.
The ADE's Tim Rotheray has a message for governments and business