heating

Heating network regulations updated in UK

New metering and billing requirements for heat networks in UK have been introduced in updated legislation, which came into force on 27 November 2020.
heating and efficiency

How COVID-19 affects consumer heating behaviors in five key European markets

A new study released by new energy market research consultancy DELTA-EE reveals how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected consumer heating behaviors in five European markets.

First green hydrogen heating network gets go ahead in Scotland

Scottish and Southern Gas Networks (SGN) has been given the go ahead to demonstrate green hydrogen heating in customers’ homes.
greenhouse gas emissions

Heat electrification in commercial buildings can cut emissions by 44%

Replacing gas-burning heating systems in commercial buildings with efficient electrified heat-pumps could reduce emissions by 44%.
Energy efficiency is the missing piece of the decarbonisation puzzle, argues Hans Korteweg from COGEN Europe.

Energy efficiency: The missing piece in the decarbonisation puzzle

Europe is on the brink of missing a huge opportunity to put its industry and economy back on their feet by not fully considering energy efficiency investments, argues Hans Korteweg.

District heating to be developed in Patagonian Chile

Chile’s ministry of energy has launched a programme to develop district heating in the south-central Magallanes region of Chile.
district heating systems

Veolia expands footprint in Czech Republic’s district heating

Veolia has acquired Czech Republic-based district heating network operator Prazska Teplarenska.
energy storage

Atria Power and Azelio partner on energy storage in India

Azelio and India’s Atria Power have signed a MoU to collaborate on installing over 65MW capacity of Azelio’s energy storage until 2025 in India.
hydrogen heating

National Grid to build UK’s first offline hydrogen test facility for...

National Grid is partnering with Northern Gas Networks and Fluxys Belgium to build a first-of-its-kind offline hydrogen test facility in the UK.
UK energy efficiency

UK government announces £2 billion home energy efficiency fund

The UK government has announced details of its new £2 billion ($2.61 billion) Green Homes Grant scheme, whereby up to £10,000 will be provided for home energy efficiency upgrades and thermal solar for more than 600,000 British homes.

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