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‘Green’ whisky coming in UK

Whisky distilleries need to blend renewable energy with heat or electricity storage to reach net zero, a new study has found.

JV for low carbon heat delivery in UK

UK gas network operator SGN and energy generator Vital Energi are forming a JV to develop, own and operate low and zero carbon heat networks.

German utilities harvest wastewater to heat and cool Berlin building

E.ON and Berliner Wasserbetriebe have partnered with real estate company SIGNA to ensure low-carbon heating and cooling of buildings.

Austria’s Salzburg employs biopower to decarbonise heating

Salzburg AG has ordered a complete turnkey BioPower power plant to produce green electricity and heat for the city of Salzburg, Austria.

Project PLANET – a tool for flexibility

Project PLANET has investigated the potential of energy conversion and storage technologies to deliver flexibility to the grid.

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.
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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.

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.