The Green Finance Institute’s Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings (CEEB) today releases a report recommending a new protocol for real-time ‘metering’ of energy savings in UK buildings, and outlining the data points it should include.
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.
The new CP1 (2020) Heat Networks Code of Practice for the UK has been officially published by CIBSE and is available for download.
In July 2019, the Department for Busines Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published a call for evidence on facilitating energy efficiency in the electricity system.
The Scottish Government has launched a Scottish Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (SIETF), to provide grant funding to reduce energy costs and emissions through increased energy efficiency.
HANDIHEAT is a €2m funded project led by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) and supported by the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme (NPA) and the EU European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to fund research that will tackle fuel poverty, identify renewable energy solutions and improve energy efficiency in rural homes across Northern Europe.
The Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings (CEEB) – a cross-sectoral collaboration of over 200 individuals, established by the Green Finance Institute with support from E3G in 2019 – today releases Financing zero carbon heat: turning up the dial on investment, a piece of an analysis of the investment barriers to widescale decarbonisation of the UK’s domestic heating and details of a portfolio of 12 financial solutions and policy, regulatory and data enablers to overcome them, turning the challenges into an opportunity for the finance sector and a green economic recovery.
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.
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.