Organisations can apply for funding under the Ofgem - Strategic Innovation Fund to deliver projects that offer value to energy consumers and society through energy network innovation.
The ADE was pleased to be involved in the development of this new tool for lenders.
The statement put in place to respond to the exceptional circumstances at the onset of the pandemic has now closed.
BEIS are pleased to announce that the second application round for the Green Heat Network Fund (GHNF) Transition Scheme will open for applications on Monday, the 30th of August 2021.
The new UK Geoenergy Observatory in Glasgow provides at-scale, instrumented borehole infrastructure to enable practical investigation of mine water thermal energy abstraction and storage. The subsurface infrastructure is largely complete. Additional top-side infrastructure to provide the capability to investigate heat transfer will be installed in early 2022.
The Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HNDU) in BEIS has announced that Round 11, the next round of grant funding, is now open for applications.
A new report published by UK100 and Quantum on 3 May provides a comprehensive review of the powers local authorities have an need to tackle climate action in the UK. The report found that while there are widespread declarations of climate emergencies from local authorities across the county, most lack the resources and a supportive framework from national government needed in order to deliver on ambition.
The ADE is pleased to share that BEIS have published a new Heat Networks Planning Database (HNPD), detailing district and communal networks across the UK.
Ahead of BEIS’s forthcoming Hydrogen Strategy, E3G’s new report sets out policy recommendations in order to add most value for climate, jobs, and levelling up.
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.