What You Need to Know – Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage (CCUS)
Posted on 4th April 2022
The UK government’s energy white paper was released at the end of 2020. The 170 page document outlined some very progressive and ambitious plans to meet the UKs targets, minimise the country’s impact on the environment and reduce its energy consumption across buildings, transport and industry.
What You Need To Know – Heat Pumps
Posted on 8th March 2021
Heat pumps will play a big part in the UK government’s commitments towards a net zero future. Within their 2020 Energy White Paper: Powering our Net Zero Future, the government has set the ambitious target of installing 600,000 heat pumps per year by 2028. Though it is predicted that annual global sales of heat pumps will double by 2030 to 20.8m units, currently less than 1% of UK homes have them. But what are heat pumps?
Climate Change Agreements (CCAs) – What you need to know?
Posted on 26th September 2017
A CCA is a voluntary contractual agreement between an organisation and the Government Regulator – in this case, the Environment Agency (EA). The organisation, usually an industrial company, agrees to report energy use against a target to the EA.
Capacity Market – What You Need to Know
Posted on 21st August 2017
The Capacity Market was introduced by the government to ensure the UK’s electricity supply continues to meet demands whilst more unpredictable renewable generation comes online. The Capacity Market will also provide assurance against the possibility of future blackouts during times when demand is high, or renewable generation is low.
Heat Meter Verification – What You Need to Know
Posted on 20th April 2016
Heat meter verification is the process or procedure by which the correct operation of the heat meter installation is confirmed within a Combined Heat & Power Unit or CHP as it is commonly known.