As well as helping each of our customers build a successful and optimised energy management service, we are committed to ensuring our clients make the most out of government schemes and initiatives. One of these initiatives is the Combined Heat and Power Quality Assurance programme (CHPQA).
Playing a crucial role in the UK Climate Change programme, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is the simultaneous generation of heat and power in a single process. It provides one of the most cost-effective methods for reducing carbon emissions, a priority bigger than ever before with the government’s recent pledge to the 2050 net-zero target.
The CHPQA sets out to monitor, assess and improve the quality of UK Combined Heat and Power through several practical approaches. The programme is managed on behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, in consultation with the Scottish Executive, the National Assembly of Wales, and the Northern Ireland Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment.
To get a clear picture of the scheme, we’ve broken it down into seven helpful facts:
For an in-depth understanding of the benefits of acquiring a CHPQA certificate and the processes involved, get in touch or call us on 01908 690018.