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ADE Announces New Director

The Association for Decentralised Energy today announced that Ian Calvert will replace Tim Rotheray as the new Director of the Association.

ADE Director to step down

The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) announced today at its AGM that its Director of the past six years, Dr Tim Rotheray, is to step down. Tim will be taking up a new role which will be announced shortly. The ADE Board is currently completing the process to appoint his successor, who they look forward to announcing in due course. 

The Guardian reports on alternative heat

On August 27th, Jillian Ambrose, the Guardian’s energy correspondent, filed a major piece on alternative sources of heat.  

The ADE welcomes the Select Committee on Science and Technology’s report

‘The ADE is pleased to have contributed to the Select Committee on Science and Technology’s important report, which has been published today. 

The ADE welcomes National Grid’s report into the power cut on 9th August.

The ADE welcomes National Grid's report into the power cut on 9th August, published today.

ADE Awards 2019 shortlist announced | Celebrating the best in decentralised energy

Alton Towers, Cambridge University and a science and innovation park in Newcastle are among the shortlisted entries for the Association for Decentralised Energy’s (ADE) annual awards programme.

Citizens Advice report on decarbonising heat - Association of Decentralised Energy’s response

The Association for Decentralised Energy welcomes Citizens Advice's statement calling for consumer protection during the decarbonisation of heating. 

BEIS Select Committee report on Energy Efficiency - Association of Decentralised Energy’s response

The Association for Decentralised Energy welcomes the publication today of the House of Commons BEIS Select Committee report on ‘Energy efficiency: building towards net zero’.  The ADE provided a number of recommendations to the Committee and is pleased that many of these have been taken on board. 

Latest evidence reveals local energy key to setting path for homes & businesses to net zero carbon

The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has launched new analysis, setting out the future of the UK’s energy sector. Reviewing the latest evidence, the ADE says, that a zero-carbon energy system can only happen when energy customers and local energy are placed at the heart of the way that the UK meets its energy needs. 

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. 

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