Working to make sustainable energy accessible for all
Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd carries out a range of certification and consumer protection activities all of which promote sustainable energy. Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd's activities fall under two headings: consumer codes and certification schemes.
Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd has since 2006 taken the core consumer protection criteria first developed by the Office of Fair Trading and applied them to the small-scale renewables sector. In this way Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd strives at once to promote the sector and protect consumers. Since 2012 Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd has brought its proven expertise to monitoring compliance with the Green Deal Code of Practice.
Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd has been working with a range of partners since 2010 to deliver certification schemes in the areas of biogas and bioenergy. Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd can ensure that a range of sector participants are complying with the standards, whether EU, UK or GB-wide, relevant to the products and services they produce.
The 2015 European Biopolymer Summit 9th & 10th December 2015, London The 2015 European Biopolymer Summit will be bringing together key industry experts to discuss the latest strategies and methods to overcome current challenges, and maximise opportunities. The conference will address how the industry will evolve, current trends, how to respond to the changes of the market and the growing demand from end users. Over the two days, the event will bring you insights into end users expectations and environmental approaches, amongst others...
Posted: 21 October, 2015
The injection of renewable or “green” gas into UK networks has been growing rapidly – and there are now 28 biomethane to grid projects connected to the gas distribution network, transforming food, brewery and agricultural wastes and energy crops into ultra-clean energy. These plants have the capacity to produce 1.8 billion kilowatt hours of gas per year, enough to meet the heating and cooking needs of around 100,000 homes. Biomethane injected into the gas grid, helps decarbonise gas supply in just the same way as renewable electricity decarbonises power generation...
Posted: 27 January, 2015