The CHPA is pleased to welcome Claire Wych to its team in the role of Communications Officer. Claire will be aiding in stakeholder engagement and the wider dissemination of the association’s key messages.
Finnish energy firm Fortum has opened a €130m combined heat and power plant (CHP) in the city of Klaipeda, Lithuania.
The draft planning policy framework lends support to district heating through a new requirement for councils to establish a heat map to identify hot spots.
Following the announcement of a 400MW cap on total new build generating capacity on the RO biomass band, the Government have now opened the consultation process.
German energy company and CHPA member MVV Energie has commenced the construction of a new biomass power plant close to Sittingbourne in Kent.
Emissions of greenhouse gases from installations participating in the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) decreased by 2% last year, according to the information recorded in the Union Registry.
Join us at the CHP/Renewable/Power Road Show on the 30th May at Prince Philip House, London
The Technology Strategy Board and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Council (EPSRC) are to invest jointly up to £3m in technical feasibility studies to stimulate innovation and support the development and commercialisation of emerging energy technologies.
Joint Response from CHPA & The Association of Manufacturers of Power Generating Systems (AMPS). Both bodies welcome the opportunity to inform the consultation process and believe that the majority of the proposed changes will be beneficial to the industry.
Five trends that could put combined heat and power on an upswing
The Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) will appear before a key parliamentary committee later this month to speak about the benefits of local, decentralised energy to the UK.
The Regulations for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) have now been amended, incorporating the Government’s degression mechanism into legislation.
A new £6million competition aimed at getting renewable heating kit into the homes of social tenants across Great Britain has been launched by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) today.
The Green Alliance, WWF-UK and the Association for the Conservation of Energy has warned the Government in a joint letter that the capacity mechanism will fail to deliver on the government’s ambitions for electricity saving.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $40 million in funding for projects that use environmentally clean and efficient Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems to generate on-site energy during power outages, in support of recommendations made by the NYS 2100 Commission following the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Government policies can either make or break a nation’s manufacturing sector, according to more than 70 global executives interviewed for a new report, ‘Manufacturing for Growth’, from the World Economic Forum (the Forum) prepared by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL).
The district heating scheme in Wick is being expanded. Ignis is to supply heat to the Wick Assembly Rooms, which is the largest public performance venue north of Inverness. When the installation works are completed later this month, the Assembly Rooms will be heated by renewable energy, and its existing oil fired boiler will be switched off.
Combined heat and power technology (CHP) allowed the state of Alberta in Canada to meet 30 per cent of the state’s electricity demand in 2012. Alberta’s successful use of CHP offers a highly successful model that could inspire central and regional governments the world over.
The Environment Agency has published its CHP-Ready Guidance, which applies to applications for Environmental Permits under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010