The carbon price support (CPS) rates of climate change levy (CCL) for coal and other solid fuels for 2014/15 and 2015/16 are to be amended in Finance Bill 2014.
The Regulations set out that the Environment Agency will conduct allocations of carbon trading scheme allowances in the carbon trading scheme established under Part 3 of the Climate Change Act 2008. They set the timing of requests to be allocated allowances and govern the payment for and issue of allowances.
Nexterra Systems Corp. a global leader in energy-from-waste gasification systems, announced today that it has signed a contract with MWH to supply a biomass gasification system for the Birmingham Bio Power Ltd. ( BBPL) renewable energy power plant in Tyseley, UK.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) is seeking proposals from organisations to deliver a new project to identify novel ways of reducing the capital costs of district heat network infrastructure.
Eurosite Power announced that it has signed a new contract worth 2.46 million GBP ($4.03 million US) with Crow Wood Leisure to provide a CHP solution to its leisure club, luxury spa and restaurant in Burnley, Lancashire.
The EU Energy Efficiency Directive must be transposed into national law by June 2014. DECC intends to launch a seven week consultation in December (the date is yet to be confirmed) on the transposition of articles 9 and 10. To set out their proposals to industry and gather first hand feedback, DECC invites CHPA members to a workshop in January.
The CRC Energy Efficiency scheme has published a note on the confirmation of allowance prices and information regarding the Phase 2 April forecast sale.
Ian Marchant and Robert Sansom sum up their thoughts on Heat 13. Slides for the main presentations are now also available.
Our Storify which brings together photos, tweets and blogs to bring you a round up of key points from our conference
Key industrial sectors were left frustrated today as the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement failed to address urgent threat of rising energy costs to energy efficient industries.
London Borough of Sutton Council are looking for an experienced project manager who is able to drive forward the Council's ambitions for growth in the local low carbon economy and support the development of a decentralised energy network in the borough.
The global cogeneration equipment market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9.4% by 2016, new analysis has found.
The CHPA has produced a member briefing addressing the changes and policy decisions announced in the Government’s response document, Non-Domestic RHI: Improving Support, Increasing Uptake, on 4 December.
A summary of media coverage on the absence of the Autumn Statement to address industry calls for relief from spiralling energy costs
The CHPA today welcomed the Government’s announcement of a specific tariff for biomass CHP under the Renewable Heat Incentive.
Decentralized energy generation avoids many of the risks associated with the more traditional centralized approach and can also provide social benefits, says Mark Stokes of Utilyx Asset Management. 2degrees reports
Government response to several non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) consultations and further information on the domestic RHI scheme
The purpose of this divisional circular letter is to bring to attention to all building control bodies and other interested parties the following guidance documents
The ENA have launched a new database to record all products that have been specifically Type Tested to the requirements of G83 and G59 in one specific location. The main responsibility for uploading Type Test Reports to the Database is that of the product manufacturer.
Britain’s manufacturers have made a last minute plea to government to provide relief from rising energy costs in the Autumn Statement, warning that a failure to address the issue risks undermining the recovery in business investment and will make it harder for energy intensive industry to justify future investment in the UK.