Monthly Archives: "February, 2020"

Medium Combustion Plant Directive: New Plant Equipment Must Comply
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The Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD) is EU legislation that became UK law in December 2017. It sets emissions targets for power-generating facilities with a capacity between 1 and 50 MWth. The legislation is intended to improve air quality and fill the gap between other directives that govern emissions from large combustion plants and small appliances. For large combustion plants over 50 MWth the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) applies, and for small appliances (including boilers and heaters under...

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Consultation: Heat Networks – Building a Market Framework
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Heating is responsible for over a third of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions. In 2019 the UK Government set a legally binding target to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. In order to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, nearly all heat and cooling in buildings will need to be decarbonised. Heat networks will play a vital role in the Government’s decarbonisation plan.  Heat networks deliver heating, hot water and cooling from a central source to a variety...

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