The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has commissioned IFF Research, in partnership with ACE Research, to carry out research regarding skills requirements for the wider Heat Networks sector. The project explores current capability and capacity within the Heat Networks sector, and considers the skills implications of future growth, helping to inform policy on skills for the sector going forward.
A new report published today urges the Government to step up progress with unleashing the potential of flexibility to deliver benefits for customers and the entire energy system.
With one month to go until Heat and Decentralised Energy 2020, the Association for Decentralised Energy and the Energy Institute today announced further speakers who will be sharing insights and experiences on the day.
The Committee on Climate Change’s recent Net Zero report details that heat networks currently provide 2% of UK heat demand, yet the ambition is for this to increase to 18%. The growth in the heat networks sector is essential in supporting the UK’s legally binding net-zero targets.
Two announcements made today (6 February 2020) will boost the UK heat sector in combating climate change, says the Association for Decentralised Energy (The ADE).
The ADE hosted its Winter Reception on Wednesday 29 January. This annual event is always a fantastic networking opportunity, and a chance for the ADE to bring together members and colleagues to showcase the brilliant work being done in the sector.
The ADE and Energy Institute are working behind the scenes to bring you the best Heat and Decentralised Energy Conference yet. As part of this, we are calling for innovators across the decentralised energy sector to “enter the dragon’s lair” at this year’s conference, and provide their innovative pitch to our industry experts, with the audience also providing their vote.
Government needs to support individual families in reaching net zero in the way they use energy at home, says the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) in its report, ‘Laying the foundations for net zero: Putting households at the heart of the energy transition’, released today at the ADE's annual Winter Reception at the House of Commons.
The ADE is delighted to welcome Ian Calvert as their new Director.
The International Energy Agency's Technology Collaboration Programme on District Heating and Cooling (IEA-DHC) is an international research programme with 13 participant countries. The UK is a member, supported by BEIS. IEA DHC has recently launched a call for proposals.