Run by Euroheat and Power | The Global District Energy Climate Award and its event is the occasion where outstanding innovative projects are awarded.
The Devonport Energy from Waste Facility construction site has been presented with a Bronze Award at this year’s Green Apple Environment Awards. The award was given to MVV Environment Devonport as the company behind the project.
CHPA members are cordially invited to attend a FREE debate ‘The Future of Urban Heat’ which is taking place on Thursday, 4 December at London’s Prospero House, SE1 from 5.30pm.
By reducing energy consumption by 1 per cent, big businesses could save over £250 million on their energy bills annually.
Thomas Briault and Stuart Allison from Arup explore our tendency to over-simplify how we think about the price of heat, and show some findings from recent work which shed light on the facts behind the figures.
Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (ASX/AIM: CFU) is pleased to announce the commencement of the first fully funded BlueGEN programme, where the BlueGEN is installed at no cost to the end user. The programme, comprising a 100kW fleet of BlueGENs (a minimum of 65 units) is targeted primarily at public sector organisations that can take advantage of the significant carbon and energy savings BlueGEN has to offer.
Borough of Poole has been awarded funding to investigate the possibility of implementing heat networks which could provide cheaper heat to homes and businesses in Poole.
Foresight Group (Foresight) and the UK Green Investment Bank (GIB) have today announced an investment in the construction of a new waste wood CHP facility in Merseyside.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ordered the UK Government to take urgent action to tackle air pollution.
The UK could face significant challenges to bring its air pollution under control in time to meet a European Directive on air quality after the ruling of a European court today.
COGEN Europe invites you to make nominations for the 2015 edition of the Recognition Awards. As in past years, there are three categories of award: Policy Development; Market Development, and; Technology and Innovation.
International consultancy and construction company Mace has selected U.K.-based distributed power developer Clarke Energy to supply two Jenbacher J420 natural gas-fueled engines from GE’s Distributed Power business (NYSE: GE). The engines will provide environmentally friendlier, more sustainable power and heat for the first phase of the £380 million Nova, Victoria, redevelopment project, an area of London previously known as Victoria Circle.
According to Moody's Investors Service, Great Britain's new Capacity Market could help to stabilise revenues for gas-fired power generation at a time when running hours have become increasingly uncertain, although the mechanism could be more exposed to political risk than existing renewable electricity support schemes. Overall Moody's considers the Capacity Market to be credit positive in the short term, but the extent of any lasting long term benefit is difficult to assess.
The consultation on “Small sites exemptions” forms part of the wider Zero Carbon Homes and Allowable Solutions policy. The Department of Communities and Local Government’s (DCLG) view is that achieving the zero carbon policy could be challenging for small builders. The CHPA is going to publish a draft response within the following weeks and will circulate it to members.
Award-winning technology developed within the social housing sector is leading the way in transforming energy prepayment - making it more customer friendly - while helping residents to reduce consumption.
The Scottish Government consulted on proposals for encouraging community investment in commercial local energy schemes.
A revolutionary British Gas experiment with 14 homes across Britain proves how easy it is to be energy efficient with smart meters.
This half-day workshop aims to bring together the leading companies and individuals involved, to explore the challenges and potential innovation that could help bridge some of the gaps in skills needed to bring forward district heating projects in the UK.
Innovate UK, Economic and Social Research Council and Natural Environment Research Council are to invest up to £7.5m in collaborative R&D projects (with a proportion available for relevant feasibility studies) to develop new solutions to urban challenges through their competition 'Solving Urban Challenges with Data'.
This report calls on the next Government to set heat as a priority for the coming decade. During the 2010-2015 Parliament, the big energy policy priority was progressing power sector decarbonisation by agreeing Electricity Market Reform. Now Electricity Market Reform is legislated and being implemented, it is time for policy-makers to reassess their priorities.