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ADE Welcomes net-zero commitment and urges robust action to deliver

Today's announcement is a welcome step to maintain the UK's leadership role in combating climate change and make the UK economy ready for the rest of this century. It requires action from every area of society. 

New Flex Assure scheme to help businesses trust and benefit from smart energy providers

The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has today launched a new compliance scheme that will make it easier for industrial and commercial businesses to participate in the country’s smart energy system. The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has today launched a new compliance scheme that will make it easier for industrial and commercial businesses to participate in the country’s smart energy system. 

Homes and businesses stand to benefit financially from a net zero economy | ADE response to CCC

In welcoming  the Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) report, the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has set out the central role that decentralised energy will play in delivering the CCC’s net zero ambitions.  

ADE response to Spring Statement

In response to the Spring Statement, the Association for Decentralised Energy’s Director, Dr Tim Rotheray, said: 

ADE response to CCC’s ‘UK housing: Fit for the future?’ report

In response to the report findings that homes are unfit for the challenges of climate change,  ACE Research Director Kelly Greer said: 

ADE response to Carbon Brief’s Climate Analysis

In response to Carbon Brief’s analysis of why the UK’s CO2 emissions have fallen by 38% since 1990, the Association for Decentralised Energy’s Deputy Director Dr Joanne Wade said:

Putting energy users at the heart of policy will solve the energy puzzle

Customers face a complex jigsaw puzzle when trying to navigate energy policy, says the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) in its report, ‘Solving the energy policy puzzle for users’, released today.

Cold comfort – vulnerable groups frozen out of initiatives to keep people warm

Report finds needs, not numbers, must drive support measures.

Government announces plans to regulate heat networks

The UK Government has announced it will implement a heat network regulatory framework to support market growth and ensure customer protection. 

Ofgem makes smart energy transition harder

Proposed changes to the way in which Ofgem rewards industrial users who offer flexibility in their energy demand on the grid are short-sighted, offering minor cost savings but the risk of much higher long-term energy costs, the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has warned.

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