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  • Big city energy management challenges from both sides of the pond were discussed at EI’s annual Energy Efficiency Conference this week in London.Transport for London’s Senior Energy Strategy Manager Alex Gilbert provided an insight into a transit system expected to spend £6 billion on energy by 2030...

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  • There are many routes to decarbonisation of heating, but the use of heat pumps – alongside gas boilers and controls designed to minimise costs and emissions – could be influential. PassivSystems’ Colin Calder writes.

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  • Where one company’s waste heat stream is a neighbour’s heat source, we have the beginnings of an integrated energy system. They often involve heat networks. Here, David Appleyard looks at two innovative schemes involving smart heat and power distribution to multiple users. 

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  • Former UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Rt Hon Sir Edward Davey MP advocated ‘strong, tough and increasing regulations’ which are ‘on the side of innovation’, in his keynote address to Heat and Decentralised Energy 2018, hosted jointly by the EI and the Association for Decentralis...

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  • Organic Rankine Cycle turbines can be used to increase the energy efficiency of various industrial operations by turning waste heat into useful energy. Sabrina Santarossa explains.

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  • Policy proposals for the decarbonisation of the UK heat market include those bent on repurposing the existing gas distribution network in some way, and those which rely on new technology solutions. Here, Exeter University’s Bridget Woodman examines the role of the incumbent heating companies.

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  • Heat pumps will of course contribute to the decarbonisation of Europe’s heat market – but how major a role might this be? Thomas Nowak of the European Heat Pump Association is understandably bullish about the versatility and efficacy of the technology.

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  • Global resource management company Veolia is delivering energy to production lines at Cranswick Foods’ production facilities at the Milton Keynes using combined heat and power (CHP) technology. Cranswick will now be able to guarantee the energy needs of the site and reduce carbon emissions by 1,900 ...

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  • To realise the decarbonisation benefits offered by heat networks a new regulatory framework is required, as Lily Frencham from the ADE argues.

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  • The government has announced a new scheme for consumers and non-domestic users such as hospitals, schools and council buildings to participate in a district heat networks scheme. Opening this autumn, the £320mn Heat Networks Investment Project (HNIP) will offer grants and loans to both the public an...

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