Let’s ensure ‘best use’ of biomass accelerates our net zero heat ambitions

Richard Burrell, CEO of AMP Clean Energy, outlines his vision for how biomass can help both support the green recovery and deliver heat decarbonisation

Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council lands £6.5m of heat network funding

Heating in Solihull currently accounts for approximately 400,000 tCO2e, roughly one-third of the town’s total greenhouse gas emissions

Brunel University London lands €875k to cut waste, water and energy use from industry

The EU funding makes up a share of more than €10m in total finance aimed at cutting waste, water and energy use from industry

AMP Clean Energy announces innovative low carbon energy centre partnership with Muntons

The initiative is expected to see the maltster save 15.5 thousand tonnes of carbon per annum at its plant in Stowmarket

ENGIE to develop new low carbon heat network at Nine Elms redevelopment in London

The energy and services specialist has begun work on a major new heat network which will serve future developments in one of the capital’s largest brownfield regeneration sites

Webinar: In Focus – heat

In case you missed this live webinar, you can catch up here

What part does biomass play in the transition to renewables?

Large-scale deployment of biomass has the potential to provide up to 15% of the UK’s primary energy demand by 2050

‘To make any real progress on tackling Scope 1 emissions, businesses need to start decarbonising heat’

Currently, heat makes up roughly 50% of all carbon emissions and consists of more than half of all energy usage for most businesses

Heat decarbonisation: can we ride the crest of the wave?

By Dr Joanne Wade OBE, Trustee and Fellow of the Energy Institute and Chief Strategic Advisor at the Association for Decentralised Energy

ENGIE begins 25-year district energy services delivery to Principal Place development in London

The 25-year contract will see ENGIE manage the operation and maintenance for the energy centre and pipe distribution network