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CHPQA Workshops 2011

The CHPQA Programme held a series of three events in Oxfordshire, for existing and potential owners and operators of CHP. A workshop was held in the morning and seminar in the afternoon of each day. The Workshop: was very 'hands on' with the focus being on what RPs need to do to obtain CHPQA certification for new and existing schemes and then, once certified, what they need to do to obtain the fiscal benefits.

The Seminar: was presentation based and included presentations on legislative/policy developments (RO; EU-ETS; CRC; RHI; CCL exemptions & ECA) relevant to CHPQA and also programme compliance issues (e.g. scheme boundaries; metering).

The presentations are available for download below:

CHPQA Benefits & Proceedures - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

CHP in the Renewables Obligation - Martin Williams

Fiscal Benefits and the Latest Developments - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

Metering Requirements & Data quality - Bill McKay

 

CHP Focus Workshops 2011

CHP Focus held two events in Banbury and London. The Banbury workshop focussed on industrial CHP with a site visit to Kraft's gas turbine based CHP and the London workshop focussed on the Health and Education sectors with a site visit to SOAS district heating scheme. The workshops focussed on development and financing CHP and the incentives available to increase the deployment of CHP.

The presentations are available for download below:

 

An introduction to CHP - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

The potential for CHP - Martin Williams

What is Good Quality CHP - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

CHP Benefits and support mechanisms - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

Financing CHP -  Paul Gardiner

 

CHPQA Workshops 2010

Please see the latest versions of these workshop presentations which have been added under the recent CHPQA 2011 Workshop. The presentations that are still current from this workshop are available for download below:

Waste & Biomass fired CHP - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

 

District heating workshop 2010 

 

District Heating and Heat mapping - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

 

Energy From Waste Workshops 2010 

 

A series of 9 regional workshops for English Local Authority Policy Officers focused on Energy from Waste and CHP was held this year.  These workshops were sponsored by DECC and Defra and organised by AEA and the CHP Association. 

Copies of the presentations are given below; if you require further information about these events, please contact chpfocus.

 

Energy recovery from waste - how CHP delivers for the local community 2010

 

Existing Financial Support to EfW CHP -  John Enright (Defra)

Routes to EfW & AD with CHP - Martin Williams

The path to procurement upfront issues - Hannah Lawrie

The role of ESCO in DH development - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

A question of Fuel - Hannah Lawrie

CHP Community Heating and Planning - Ian Manders (CHPA)

EfW & CHP a regulators perspective - Cantor Mocke (EA)

EfW How CHP Delivers for the Local Community (8 MB opens using MS Powerpoint 2003 or later) - Mahmoud Abu Ebid

Engaging the Community - Sarahjane Widdowson

Birmingham City Council (7 MB) - Vaughan Furmiss

Converting Waste to Energy in Nottingham (5 MB) - Antony Greener

The Tale of Two Cities (5 MB) - Keith Riley

Cranbrook and Marsh Barton - Tony Norton

Waste to Energy: Problem to Solution Swindon Borough Council - Richard Fisher

The role of EfW in Delivering decentralisied energy in London LDA - Peter North

The Mayor Municipal & Business Waste Strategies - Doug Simpson (GLA)

 

Planning for Low Carbon Energy Workshop 2009 

 

A series of 8 regional workshops for English Local Planning Authority Policy Officers focused on the interaction between CHP and District/Community heating with the latest Planning Guidelines were held this year.  These are sponsored by DECC and organised by AEA and the CHPA in association with the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA). 

Copies of the presentations are given below; if you require further information about these events, please contact chpfocus.

 

CHP Planners Workshop Presentations

 

An introduction to CHP - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

CHP fiscal benefits & support programmes - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

Community Energy - Michael King

Heat Map Development - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

Low Carbon National Drive - Robert Shaw

Overcoming developer issues & objections - Ian Manders

PPS1 - Ian Manders

Selecting a consultant - Michael King

The evidence base - Robert Shaw

What is your LDF? - Robert Shaw

Planning for a sustainable energy infrastructure in London - Alina Lazar (GLA)

Tools to support planning for decentralised energy - Ross Hudson (CHPA)

Regional Spatial Strategy - Chris Blackeley (West Midlands Regional Assembly)

Regional Spatial Strategy - Peter Lee (East)

East Region Resources - Peter Lee 

CHP Focus Industrial/Commercial Workshops 2009

 

A series of 3 regional workshops for industrial and commercial interests focused on improving the understanding and profile of CHP amoungst organisations who thus far had not considered CHP. These are sponsored by DECC and organised by AEA and the CHPA.

Copies of the presentations are given below; if you require further information about these events, please contact chpfocus.

 

Standard workshop Presentations

 

An introduction to CHP - the flexible option - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

The potential for CHP - commercial building; district heating; industrial applications - Michael King

What is Good Quality CHP? An introduction to the CHPQA programme &CHP benefits and supports mechanisms (conventional and renewable applications) - Mahmoud Abu-Ebid

Investment in CHP - Richard Hodges

 

Case Study Presentations

 

Cofely Case study (SOAS) - Simon Woodward

Dalkia case study (Freeman Hospital) - Steve Black

Cogenco case study - Michael Moorjani

Utilicom case study (Birmingham district heating scheme) - Vaughan Furniss

Vital Energi case study (Natural History Museum) - Mark Howell

 

What's New

UK CHP Development Map

UK CHP Development Map

UK CHP Development Map

UK CHP Development Map Screenshot

The UK CHP Development Tool is the latest version of the map, originally developed as a tool aimed at assisting power station developers consider the opportunities for supplying heat and development of combined heat and power (CHP) as required under planning policy. However, it can also be used by both small and large organisations to help identify the locations where the supply of CHP heat would have the greatest potential, and therefore the largest positive environmental impact.

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