Automated sludge system needs less air and cuts power and cost

AN innovative three-stage biological sewage treatment process, which cuts costs and improves efficiency, is approaching final commissioning at Nottingham’s Stoke Bardolph wastewater treatment works....

New lawsuits challenge UK government’s “greenwashing and climate delay”

Both ClientEarth and Friends of the Earth are taking the government to court over strategies intended to advance the transition to a low emissions...
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Warm reception for the Domestic RHI

THE government launched its Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) on 9 April, a scheme designed to drive the uptake of renewable heat technologies –...

Heat conference to explore role of heat in a changing world

The first speakers have been announced for the Heat 2015 conference, taking place in Central London on Wednesday 25 November. Organised by the Association...

A clearer outlook? Autumn statement brings energy efficiency ambition (but bad news on bills)

The Chancellor’s Autumn statement seemed to bring focus and clarity to efforts to advance the UK's energy efficiency – a policy area whose vagueness...
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Business energy efficiency to the fore at All-Energy 2013

Energy efficiency - we all know it makes sense; it offers financial benefits, and is widely recognised as the easiest and most cost-effective means...

Small-scale CHP shortlisted for Renewable Energy Awards

ENER-G has reached the finals of the 10th British Renewable Energy Awards, in recognition of its success as an innovator in combined heat...

Heat network projects highlighted in review of South-East scheme

Over £250 million of funding has been awarded to heat network schemes under the Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP) since it opened its doors...

Mega solar farm in Morocco to power 7 million heat pumps in UK

Energy technology firm Octopus Energy Group has entered a financial and strategic partnership with Xlinks, a company building a subsea power cable to deliver...

Sacré bleu: French heat pump costs blow hole in ‘nonsense’ UK government policy

The evidence of what French consumers are paying for heat pumps "blows a hole in UK government policy" in relation to the low-carbon heating...

Trade body urges industry to prepare for heat pumps demand

Electrotechnical and engineering services body ECA is urging the industry to fully engage with Government initiatives to decarbonise heat, including the new Boiler Upgrade...
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Heat pump body flies nest

AFTER 10 years growing and developing under the wing of the National Energy Foundation, the Ground Source Heat Pump Association has become a stand-alone...

Plastic pipework scores points for biogas CHP plant

One of the UK's first RHI-funded biogas plants is optimising its energy efficiency by installing a pipe network that benefits from low thermal conductivity. Strathendrick...

Sponsored Content: Heat regeneration should be key consideration

By Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers

Regulation of heat networks could fail consumers, cautions consumer group

The 900,000 heat network consumers in the UK will judge regulation to have failed if it does not deliver cheaper, fairer and more reliable...

Clean energy technology supply chains must get better, faster, cleaner, says report

A new briefing from think tank organisation the Energy Transitions Commission (ETC) argues that the clean energy transition can be delivered on time and...
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External heating units upgrade wastewater plant

A new sludge heater supplied by HRS Heat Exchangers has formed part of an upgrade to one of Tasmania’s most important wastewater treatment plants.

Heat exchanger cuts carbon emissions for malted ingredients maker

The 3-tank batch sludge pasteuriser system from HRS is said to provide 40% heat regeneration. Malted ingredients company Muntons (Stowmarket, Suffolk) is putting the finishing...
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Planning bid goes in for CHP plant

A planning application has been submitted for a combined heat and power plant in Northamptonshire to provide energy for homes and businesses. Origin Renewable Energy...
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Compressor waste heat warms local college

GREINER Packaging’s production plant in Northern Ireland is helping a neighbouring college cut its £40,000 annual heating bill by donating waste heat from its...