The association brings assistance to all existing actors in the energy and gas sector for them to find place in this complex regulatory environment. To know more about the different division the EUA are involved in, please visit their website.
The Gas Storage Operators Group (GSOG) is a trade association, which was formed in May 2006 within the EUA. It comprises all active participants in the Great-Britain Gas Storage Market and as such represents a wide range of interests. The group includes both established operators and developers of new storage projects, large multinational companies and smaller ventures.
To view more information on the regulations applied in the gas and electricity sector, go on the Ofgem website.
The Cheshire Energy Hub is an energy sector support organisation, funded and strategically driven by industry. Its members work collaboratively to advance the skills agenda and energy initiatives in the region.
By putting into place the Graduate program, the CEH aims to offer young engineers and scientists multi-company placements. Over a two-year programme, participants go on work placements in three of the member companies in turn to develop both industry knowledge and professional experience. To know more about their graduate scheme, click on the link.
CEH has also established UK’s first Energy Innovation District in the North West.
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Established by the industry-led Cheshire Energy Hub, the District spans the industrial heartland from Ellesmere Port toward Runcorn, where over 5% of the UK’s energy is consumed. The overarching aim is to provide secure, low-carbon and low-cost indigenous energy from the North West, unlocking over 33,000 jobs and £7billion in capital investment.
The District clusters existing and new assets in the area and will become home to advances in energy technology, including heat networks, low-carbon transport, electricity networks, the hydrogen economy and energy storage.
To know more this ambitious project, click on the link www.energyinnovationdistrict.com
The North West hydrogen alliance is comprised of a broad range of industries whose aim is to plan, develop and commercialise an industrial focussed hydrogen hub based at Thornton and Protos near Ellesmere Port. The Alliance will encompass the spectrum of potential hydrogen technologies creating a multi vector connected and decarbonised energy hub in the North West of England. It is unique in the UK; it can be implemented quickly leveraging existing industry and infrastructure.
Storengy is actively involved in the alliance to provide expertise on the storage of hydrogen.
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