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A review of the non-domestic RHI will be held in 2014. The Department of Energy & Climate Change wants your views on what works, where we can improve and what you think the review should cover. Since it was launched … Continue reading
As part of the Energy Bills announcements earlier this week, the government outlined proposed changes to ECO, and announced that £540 million will be made available over the next three years to boost energy efficiency. £450 million of the £540 … Continue reading
After a forty hour round trip, I recently returned home from the launch of Taiwan’s 2050 calculator. A big moment for the island, they became the 5th country to join the 2050 calculator family. So why did I trek half way … Continue reading
British households pay some of the lowest prices for gas and electricity in Europe. But this is no comfort to those who have seen energy bills rise inexorably over the past 10 years. The recent price rises announced by the … Continue reading
Since Project Kade was granted permission by Cairngorms National Park Planning Committee last month, work on the ground has got off to a flying start. Located in the floodplain of the river Spey, this wetland biomass into bioenergy project sits … Continue reading
Over the past month CSE and Bristol Green Doors have been touring the country to publicise the newly launched Green Open Homes network. The roadshow called in at Newcastle, Leeds, Stoke-on-Trent and London. At each event, speakers from CSE and … Continue reading
The DECC biomass to bioenergy Project enabled the first ever harvesting of wetlands with a Pisten Bully tracked machine and a Kemper header in the UK last week. On the Somerset Levels and Moors, large areas of reedbed are managed … Continue reading
As a famous university town, full of medieval buildings, narrow lanes and, of course, the feeling that you’ll bump into Inspector Morse at any minute, it may come as a surprise to visitors that parts of the city are among … Continue reading
After a fantastic turn out at the recent British Energy Challenge in Bristol, we will be working hard to keep up the momentum around how we generate and use energy more efficiently in our city. The day itself was clearly … Continue reading