Are CHP plants commissioned more than three years ago delivering the benefits they could be?

A survey from Enel X shows nearly 80% of CHP plants were commissioned more than three years ago, exposing an opportunity for increased efficiency and revenue generation

Non-domestic RHI projects impacted by COVID-19 granted six-month extension

Eligible projects will now be allowed to submit a full application by 30th September 2021

Kent CHP plant becomes first operational waste-to-energy CfD facility

Wheelabrator Kemsley is expected to have a final installed capacity of 45MW and be capable of processing up to 550,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste every year

BEIS grants development consent for VPI Immingham gas project

The proposed VPI Immingham Open Cycle Gas Turbine Power Station will have a total capacity of up to 299MW

Enel X launches GEO in the UK to optimise CHP assets and boost operator income

This will be discussed in a webinar held tomorrow from 11:00 AM – click here to find out more and sign up

‘Captured waste heat could supply affordable heating and cleaner air in Poland’

IEEFA recommends the use of waste heat recovery – this is capturing and transferring the waste heat as an extra energy resource

Wärtsilä and Uniper to build 105MW combined heat and power plant in Germany

The facility, which will replace an existing coal-fired power plant will supply heat to Bremen’s district heating network and feed electricity into the grid

UKPN trials ‘world’s first and fastest’ tech to detect faults on power networks

The network operator estimates the technology could save energy customers around £400m and help reduce carbon emissions in London

Infrastructure fund buys 70% stake in anaerobic digestion plant

The facility has a thermal capacity of around 10MW and a waste processing capacity of up to 100,000 tonnes per annum