Did you know that you could receive financial support from implementing energy efficiency projects through the Electricity Demand Reduction (EDR) Pilot Phase II, if you deliver electricity savings at peak times?
If you’re thinking of replacing your old light fittings with LEDs or making any other improvement to your building or electrical equipment which would deliver lasting peak-time electricity savings, you could be eligible to take part.
The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) will be running a web-chat on the 21st August between 10.30am and 11.30am to help participants understand the Electricity Demand Reduction (EDR) Pilot Phase II.
Visit the DECC website to find out more.
“DECC is making £6 million available to support projects that deliver lasting reduction in electricity demand through the Electricity Demand Reduction (EDR) Pilot Phase II. The aim of the Pilot is to test whether EDR could participate in Great Britain’s Capacity market. Although the evidence requirements for Phase II have been made simpler, there is still a need to create a Measurement and Verification (M&V) plan to document the proposed peak-time electrical savings.”
Key Changes from Phase I to Phase II include:
The deadline for submitting full applications is the 15th October.
To register visit the DECC website.
About the Author
Ellen Salazar is the Energy Services Manager at TEAM. Ellen is a chartered engineer, is CIBSE certified as an ESOS Lead Assessor and has a wealth of experience in the energy services sector. You can read her biography on the TEAM website.
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