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Industry reacts to Clean Growth Strategy

Heating, Ventilation & Plumbing Magazine Summary The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has released the government’s Clean Growth Strategy, and many throughout the industry have praised it. This strategy sets out the government’s proposals for decarbonising...


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CHP included in UK government funding announcement

Diarmaid Williams, Decentralized Energy Summary The UK’s energy minister Richard Harrington has confirmed that up to £557m will be made available for electricity projects in a Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction in Spring 2019, with combined heat and power set to benefit. “We’ve shown...


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£325 million Rosyth biomass plant could still go ahead

Dunfermline Press Summary A biomass plant that promised to create hundreds of jobs in Rosyth could still happen. The £325 million project was approved by the Scottish Government in 2014, just two months before the applicants pulled out. Forth Energy Ltd, a joint venture between Scottish...


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Combined heat and power system to provide significant savings for UK health trust

Diarmaid Williams, Decentralized Energy Summary Vital Energi has signed a contract with Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to deliver a project which will bring their overall savings to over £13.4m over the course of their contract terms. It follows the company’s successful...


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Renewable power for Ystrad Mynach business park

Caerphilly Observer Summary An industrial estate in Ystrad Mynach is being powered with renewable energy. Firm Novalux Energy has installed a combined heat and power (CHP) plant on the Withey Dyffryn Court Industrial Estate in Ystrad Mynach. Full Article Continue Reading #News #Wales ...


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CHP helps Bloomberg to achieve ‘world’s most sustainable building’

Diarmaid Williams, Decentralized Energy Summary Combined heat and power (CHP) technology is playing its part in helping Bloomberg achieve the status of world’s most sustainable office building for its European headquarters. Opening later this month in the City of London, the building...


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Work starts on city's £52 million district heat network

Phil Corrigan, The Sentinel Summary Work has finally started on Stoke-on-Trent’s pioneering £52 million district heat network. Around 700 metres of pipe will be laid underground on Leek Road and Boughey Road in Shelton over the next 11 weeks – with 4km due to be installed around the...


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The citywide effort to reduce energy use

Christopher Erasmus, The Telegraph Summary We must work together to change our cities from congested, energy-intensive and potentially harmful environments into models for a cleaner, greener and more efficient way of life “Many cities have a long-term vision to be smart, or more energy...


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Next steps revealed for £1bn Paddington Village scheme

Tom Belger, Development Finance Today Summary The next stage in Liverpool’s £1bn Knowledge Quarter regeneration scheme has been revealed by the city’s council in a new report. Liverpool City Council has approved the plans for a multi-million-pound programme of site works on seven plots to...


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Essex County Council offers biomass CHP opportunity

Bioenergy Insight Summary UK-based Essex County Council has announced plans to explore the delivery of a combined heat and power (CHP) biomass boiler facility to treat wood collected at its network of household recycling centres. The authority is currently seeking expressions of interest from...