Australian-based energy efficient technology business Simons Green Energy has been recognised for its role in championing the developing cogeneration market in Australia.
A Project Delivery Director is urgently required for the Lee Valley Heat Network. This ambitious infrastructure project aims to become a UK front-runner, capturing waste heat from the Edmonton Energy from Waste facility and other dedicated CHP plants across the Lee Valley. Enfield Council are seeking a dynamic individual, with experience of leading the development of large construction projects to successful conclusion.
The CHPA has produced a briefing note which aims to provide a brief overview and update on changes, provides links to new publications, and highlights some areas of continued concern.
Stable wages and improved productivity over the past decade made the UK increasingly competitive even compared to many Eastern European countries
EDF Energy has agreed to pay £3m to benefit vulnerable customers following an Ofgem investigation into the company’s complaint handling during the final stages of introducing a new customer service IT system in 2011.
In Budget 2014, HM Treasury announced that fossil fuel CHP would receive relief from Carbon Price Support for all fuel used for electricity consumed ‘on-site’. The relief will then be available to all fossil fuel CHP plant, including those on district heat networks, from April 2015. This briefing note provides the three options currently being considered by HMRC to implement the relief.
Environmental activists are planning a demonstration for this weekend against proposed new coal mines to be sited on the Polish-German border.
Environmental charity Changeworks is researching social landlords’ experiences of metering and billing district and communal heating schemes. The research will be used to produce best-practice recommendations for social landlords which will be particularly relevant given upcoming Government regulations on implementing the EU Energy Efficiency Directive. Submit your views and help spread the word.
The "hidden heat" in rivers, lakes, and deep mines could be put to use warming homes and offices in Scotland, an academic has claimed.
DECC has released a new tender seeking a supplier to undertake a data collection exercise, development of a simulation model, subsequent analysis and reporting of the potential integration of heat pumping technologies with heat networks.
The Scottish Government have today announced a £20 million pot to help communities set up low-carbon energy pilot projects in their areas.
CHPA Director Tim Rotheray today commented on the announcement of £74m in new investment, supported by the Green Investment Bank, for a biomass combined heat and power plant at the Macallan Distillery in Speyside, Scotland.
CHPA Director Tim Rotheray has been invited to chair the RWM's panel on The potential of district heating and the challenges that follow at their annual conference and exhibition in September.
French contracting giant Bouygues to start building Corby incinerator later this year
This year as part of Heat 14, we're searching for images to showcase the hidden nature of energy. Enter now and be in with the chance of winning £1000!
Under the terms of the 15 year agreement signed with Crow Wood Leisure, EuroSite Power has installed and is now operating the 200kWe CHP system at the leisure club, luxury spa and restaurant, generating approximately 2,532,178 kWh of total energy per annum while saving up to 450 tonnes of CO2 - equivalent to taking 93 cars off the road each year.
The CHPA would like to remind members of the need for responses to the questionnaire that was sent out on 30 July 2014.
In case you missed it! - Two weeks ago, the Government reported progress on a part of its flagship Green Deal scheme - the catchily entitled Green Deal Home Improvement Fund (or GDHIF for short). The Government reported that of the total £120m budget, £43m had been spent in the first six weeks. But in just two days, the remainder of the budget, some £60m, had been spent. So what happened?
This document sets out the government response to the consultation on minor technical adjustments to aspects of the existing, or planned, reporting requirements and sustainability criteria for biomass.
Eurosceptic group blames Brussels for up to 9pc of costs on manufacturers' energy bills, the Telegraph reports