The ADE’s consultation focusses on the impact of the proposed cap on RHI payments to an individual site to 250 GWh, specifically how it will limit the role of the RHI in decarbonising large-scale industrial steam, in contradiction with the Government’s industrial decarbonisation roadmaps, its Clean Growth Strategy and its Industrial Strategy.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation on the Renewable Heat Incentive’s eligible heat uses.
We welcome the opportunity to respond to the ENA’s consultation on Commercial Principles for Contracted Flexibility: Promoting Access to Markets for Distributed Energy Resources, as part of the Open Networks Project.
On 13 June, National Grid released the System Needs and Product Strategy consultation, which consisted of National Grid’s view of system needs over the next five years and the improvements required to balancing services to meet those needs. The consultation invites responses on the best ways to evolve balancing services in order to meet those needs.
We welcome the opportunity to respond to this Capacity Market consultation “Improving the Framework”
We agree that the potential for network ‘sunk costs’ to fall increasingly on groups of consumers who are less able to take action than others is something that Ofgem should address.
The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Ofgem consultation on further amendments to the Capacity Market Rules published on 23 March 2017.
The ADE has prepared a response to the Scottish Government consultation paper on Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategies, and Regulation of District Heating.
The ADE welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Government’s consultation on its Industrial Strategy Green Paper.
The ADE welcomes the opportunity to respond to Ofgem’s consultation and draft Impact Assessment on CUSC modification proposals CMP 264 and CMP 265.