The government is today facing fresh calls to set minimum energy efficiency standards for private rented homes in an effort to slash energy bills for tenants and reduce the carbon emissions from the nation's draughty homes.
The PMT Combined Heat and Power, CHP, Engineer supports the Co-Gen specialist in all associated technical activities. He/She will also take responsibility for the quality and integrity of CHP package of the facility and involves him/herself with the day to day activities of the Utilities and Off-sites by defining interfaces, resolving queries and interpreting owner requirements.
E.on is looking for a category manager to oversee company-wide management for all strategic procurement activities on international procurement markets for the respective category (Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Engines / Generating Sets and associated services), including tendering, bid evaluation, negotiation and contract management.
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This document provides operators of generating stations using biomass (including renewable CHP) with guidance on how to comply with the sustainability requirements under the RO in England, Wales and Scotland and is effective from 1 April 2014.
The City of London took a large step towards energy sustainability on Thursday 27th February, 2014 with the launch of the King’s Cross Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Energy Centre, designed and built by Blackburn and London-based sustainable energy experts Vital Energi.
Irish based Edina, Europe's leading renewable energy power generation company is proud to announce that Minister of State, Fergus O’Dowd will officially open their new headquarters in Swords, County Dublin on the 1st May 2014.
With the UK Government launching a £10m Urban Community Energy Fund earlier this year, and just last week awarding £500,000 to support the forming of community energy consortia’s to mentor smaller projects, there is no doubt that decentralised energy is becoming a key part of the UK energy landscape. The ongoing opportunity for CHP to be the cornerstone energy generation process of this growing industry is unquestionable. With that in mind, you are warmly invited to attend the Decentralised Energy 2014 Forum in London.
Last week the Chancellor dedicated his budget to 'makers, doers and savers'. At the heart of it was a commitment to lower energy costs for our most energy intensive industries. The types of industry that is so important to the UK economy and our recovery.
This event, run by the Department for Business, Investment and Skills is designed with local authorities and local enterprise partnerships in mind and will explore a number of topics surrounding funding.
A draft copy of the CHPA's response to the consultation on the transposition of Article 14(5)-(8) in the EU Energy Efficiency Directive is now available in the members' area for comment.
Recovery and re-use of industrial waste heat is an attractive concept that could simultaneously reduce energy costs and CO2 emissions. This study has developed a novel approach to quantifying the opportunity involving the creation of an innovative techno-economic model that links energy and carbon prices and investor priorities with first of a kind databases of industrial waste heat protection, process heat use and heat recovery technologies.
A new report on the European combined heat and power (CHP) industry predicts that the sector will grow from its present capacity of 202 GW to 245 GW by 2020.
Energy giant SSE has pulled the plug on a £800 million biomass power plant project a day after it binned plans for four huge offshore wind farms.
Britain has been warned that it faces an energy investment freeze and a heightened risk of blackouts after the industry watchdog called for the deepest ever investigation into the big six power suppliers.
As energy bills continue to soar, Southampton General Hospital has started to produce homemade electricity that brings a saving of £400,000 a year.
DECC has awarded 24 local authorities across England and Wales more than £2.1 million to support the development of heat network projects
Ardagh Group in Denmark has made a major advance in sustainable production, by capturing surplus heat generated in glass production and selling it on to a local energy company to provide cut-price heating for more than 1,000 homes.
This document provides guidance to suppliers on the requirements of ECO, as set out in the Electricity and Gas (Energy Companies Obligation) Order 2012 (‘the Order’).
This briefing reviews the Budget 2014 announcements and their impact on CHP, and includes results of conversations with BIS, HM Treasury and DECC officials since the Budget’s release.