The British Geological Survey (BGS) and Coal Authority have released maps which for the first time, reveal the extent to which heat is stored in Britain’s abandoned coal mines.
New Heat Network Exchange website aims to make it easier for companies operating in the heat networks sector to find similar companies providing services or parts, and make requests to the wider sector if you need urgent help to keep your network running.
SSEN's flagship TRANSITION project, funded by Ofgem and NIC, is aimed at smoothing the transition from a DNO to a DSO.
Southampton City Council ware looking to appoint a leading specialist energy mapping/master planning practice to undertake a detailedmapping and masterplanning study for areas within the City Council boundary, building on previous studies, to look into the feasibility of expanding and decarbonising existing networks
ADE heat network members recognise that Covid-19 has created further risks for customers.
Government sets clear ambition to create green jobs, launching new Green Jobs Taskforce to set the direction for the job market as we transition to a high-skill, low carbon economy.
The innovation partnership opportunity is now live and available to view online here. This ground breaking approach to procuring and developing deep retrofit solutions aims to unlock up to £10bn of market potential and kickstart large-scale, whole-house retrofit for homes across the country. The innovation partnership brings together housing providers and suppliers to help transform the scale of retrofitting the UK’s aging, inefficient housing.
BEAMA has launched its ‘Future Ready Homes’ paper setting out 12 practical actions that need to be at the centre of Government strategies for carbon neutral homes.
A new £4.5 million cashback incentive to help people install renewable and energy efficiency measures in their homes has been announced by the Scottish Government. The scheme applies to owner occupied properites, with the level of support varying with different measures installed.
The Welsh Government has given the green light and a further £10 million to a major new programme that will transform social housing across Wales, boost the economy and open the door to a new Welsh industry.