Coca-Cola Enterprises has revealed it is to invest millions into its Wakefield factory, Europe’s largest soft drinks plant by volume.
This event will be the third Implementation Coordination workshop and the focus will be on Electricity Capacity Adequacy analysis and reporting.
The CHPA submission to Budget 2014 is no available for members to view. It highlights the importance that any industrial competitiveness package include CHP relief from Carbon Price Support on fuel used for electricity generation.
Funding to help reduce costs to consumers and help deliver Scotland’s low carbon targets is key in supplying heat efficiently, Energy Minister Fergus Ewing confirmed today.
Ambitious new targets announced today will see Scotland deliver five times more heat through district heating to help Scottish householders and businesses lower their energy bills.
The UK will rely on imports for up to 70 per cent of its gas needs by 2020, the Chief Executive of Centrica plc Sam Laidlaw warned today.
Wellcome Trust subsidiary Hinxton Hall is now getting site-wide efficient heat and power from a Dalkia-designed, installed, operated and owned 2MWe CHP (combined heat and power) plant.
The Environment Agency are asking for your comments on a new annex to our H2 Energy Efficiency Guidance on cost-benefit assessments under Article 14 of the Energy Efficiency Directive
Energy firm E.ON has announced three leading Sheffield organisations have agreed to connect to its new £20 million low carbon district heating network to be built in the Lower Don valley.
A DECC blog outlining key proposals for changes to the Energy Company Obligation.
Reporting to the Operations Director and liaising at senior level across the business, as Project Manager your key responsibility will be for the overall direction, negotiation, co-ordination and delivery of a range of regional projects, working as a central member of the project team to deliver right first time, on time and on budget.
Greater support for district heating networks is essential to reducing the UK’s reliance on sending refuse derived fuel (RDF) for treatment overseas, Biffa chief executive Ian Wakelin has said.
In a Letter to the Editor, the CHPA, UKPIA, CPI and FDF outline the need to support investments in industrial energy efficiency measures to ensure the UK’s long-term competitiveness.
Four major industry associations, representing nearly half a million manufacturing jobs, today called on the Chancellor to both address rising energy costs and support investments in industrial energy efficiency measures.
The ebb and flow of global economic tides is increasingly turning in favour of the UK with a growing number of our manufacturing businesses bringing back work to British shores.
Scotland is to benefit from a share of €2 million EU funding to further develop heat networks throughout Scotland. The project is in collaboration with 16 partners across 12 European countries and will support 23 cities and regions to map their local heating and cooling demand.
How best can low-carbon heat networks grow? That question was under discussion at a meeting of the Parliamentary Renewables and Sustainability Group in conjunction with the CHPA. Janet Wood from New Power reports.
The annual CHPA Awards usually offer some clues to the status of the combined heat and power market in Britain. This year saw a new emphasis on CHP-based district heating schemes serving mainly public sector homes, as Steve Hodgson reports.
The CHPA has published its joint response to the National Grid policy paper and consultation on the Embedded Benefits regime.
DECC's Smart Grid Forum’s Vision and Routemap sets out how smart technologies will deliver cost-saving efficiencies, give consumers greater control over their energy use, support jobs and growth, increase energy security and enable integration of low carbon technologies.