Category Archives: Renewables

Ofgem’s Proposal to Remove Triad Payments from Embedded Generators

If you’ve been involved in any CHP/DH feasibility studies you will probably know that many projects are quite marginal. The high cost of building a heat network that has to compete with an existing gas network means that that very … Continue reading

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Nuclear CHP: why settle for less?

An intriguing title for a blog I hope you’ll agree. Firstly let me say that I’m not a fan of nuclear power. I’m concerned about the safety, the cost, the waste disposal issues and the fact that it’s not renewable. … Continue reading

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What Particular spatial, environmental and public constraints are presented for the UK wind projects’ development and success? Can they be managed?

In the UK, wind energy is one of the most promising renewable resources. Great Britain has the best wind resources in Europe and one of the best resources around the world.  Wind energy is currently the UK’s major renewable energy … Continue reading

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