Last week, the Association of Decentralised Energy (ADE) published Flex Assure, a voluntary Code of Conduct for DSR providers.
The scheme aims to help reduce the effects of climate change by absorbing large amounts of carbon dioxide
A new competition is offering up to £19 million to improve growth and productivity across the UK’s manufacturing and infrastructure sectors. The main project aims to improve smart energy technology to add intelligence to physical infrastructure and improve cost, performance, resilience and sustainability. It will do this by paying up to 70% of eligible project […]
The UK Government’s decision to end support for onshore wind could threaten £10 million of investment at a Scottish eco park. The government is scrapping subsidises for new onshore wind projects in April 2016 – a year earlier than expected. Binn Eco Park, a former landfill site, is now home to waste recovery, recycling facilities and an anaerobic digestion plant. […]
US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has launched a number of new green energy schemes. The projects will help combat climate change and accelerate clean energy technology and policies ahead of the December 2015 climate talks in Paris. He met with global energy leaders at two events: the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA) and […]
The Government have announced proposals that could change the Carbon Reduction Scheme. Changes could potentially reduce the burden on UK businesses and improve greater certainty in compliance with energy saving measures. Climate Change Minister Greg Barker said: “Our proposals will make it easier and simpler for businesses to feel the benefits of using less energy […]
A government scheme that comes to a close this week will be good for the wind industy, say RenewableUK. The wind and marine energy trade association have said that it will eliminate uncertainty over what products are available for the Feed-in Tariff and improve confidence about turbines for purchase. The Microgeneration Certification Scheme for green […]