Posts tagged with ‘CHP’

  • Remeha urges government to take a carrot and stick approach to energy efficiency

    By Debbie Eales on August 30, 2017
    Following the results of a recent Energy Institute (EI) survey, commercial heating solutions manufacturer, Remeha, has echoed the organisation’s call for the Government to strengthen energy efficiency policy. At the same time, it has urged policymakers to ensure that these are followed through more robustly when delivered. 64% of energy professionals who took part in the EI survey said that […]
  • Baxi Heating acquires Packaged Plant Solutions to strengthen its packaged plant room offer

    By Debbie Eales on June 1, 2017
    Baxi Heating has acquired Packaged Plant Solutions to strengthen and grow its existing packaged plant room offer in line with market demands. Packaged Plant Solutions, an established packaged plant room specialist, will become part of Baxi Heating’s commercial business, joining the Andrews Water Heaters, Potterton Commercial and Remeha brands. Market indicators suggest there will be a continued drive for off-site […]
  • Veolia will power the first high energy Proton Beam Therapy Centre in the UK

    By Debbie Eales on May 24, 2017
    The latest combined heat and power (CHP) technology from Veolia will power the first NHS high energy Proton Beam Therapy Centre for specialist cancer centre, The Christie in Manchester. Due to start treating oncology patients in 2018, the new centre will be one of only two high energy NHS proton beam therapy facilities in the UK. By using cogeneration for […]
  • Hoval PowerBloc for high efficiency CHP

    By Debbie Eales on October 28, 2016
    Hoval’s PowerBloc combined heat and power (CHP) plant is designed to provide high efficiency local power and heat generation with minimal emissions. The extensive PowerBloc range offers electrical outputs from 20kWe to 520kWe and heat outputs from 43kWth to 687kWth, offering solutions for a wide range of project requirements. PowerBloc units deliver combined efficiencies of over 90% when running at […]
  • ENGIE awarded major decentralised energy contract for generating station complex in Leeds

    By Debbie Eales on October 3, 2016
    ENGIE has been awarded a contract to carry out a full refurbishment of the Leeds Generating Station Complex (GSC), jointly owned by the University of Leeds and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. On completion of the refurbishment, ENGIE will operate and maintain (O&M) the facility for 25 years, guaranteeing energy savings during this period. Located at Leeds General Infirmary, adjacent […]
  • Veolia powers tallest tower hotel in the UK

    By Debbie Eales on September 22, 2016
    Due for completion in Autumn 2016, the tallest hotel tower in the UK will soon benefit from the on-site generation of low carbon electricity, heating and hot water using one of Veolia’s latest combined heat and power (CHP) units. By using CHP the landmark hotel will cut around 213 tonnes of CO2 emissions every year and save the equivalent Grid […]
  • ICOM’s 2016 Annual Lunch focuses on energy

    By Debbie Eales on June 16, 2016
    ICOM Energy Association members and guests gathered at the RAF Club in London for the annual lunch, bringing together over 100 of the commercial and industrial heating sector’s key decision makers. Highlights of the event, which was sponsored by Bosch and Nortek, included a fascinating overview of global energy markets by BBC Science Editor David Shukman and the presentation of […]
  • CHP industry responds to Owen Paterson’s speech

    By Debbie Eales on November 11, 2014
    The Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA) has responded to Owen Paterson’s speech to the Global Warming Policy Foundation. While the CHPA welcomed the former Secretary of State’s call for a focus on CHP and demand management as a way to more cost-effectively deliver a low-carbon, secure energy system, it noted that it is “current energy policy, not the Climate […]