MCPD: what your business needs to know

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Leigh Preece, Power Electrics, Steph Charnaud, Enzygo, Jack Christie, KiWi Power

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The Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD) and Specific Generator Regulation aim to improve air quality and reduce pollution by cutting harmful emissions from medium combustion plants (1-50 MW) and specified generators. The regulations apply to all medium combustion plants across the UK including back-up generators, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant and boilers. The legislation is complex with multiple compliance deadlines and this has resulted in a lot of confusion amongst businesses. This webinar will untangle the process and clearly explain how businesses are affected and what they need to do. -MCPD & abatement – Leigh Preece, Power Electrics -Permitting – Steph Charnaud, Enzygo -Impact on DSR – Jack Christie, KiWi Power -Q&A Our expert speakers: Leigh Preece, Sales Director, Power Electrics Leigh Preece is the Sales Director for Power Electrics, the UK’s largest independent supplier of FG Wilson generators. Steph Charnaud, Principal Consultant, Enzygo Steph has 16 years’ experience within the environmental sector, within non-governmental organisations, local authorities and as a regulatory officer and policy advisor within the Environment Agency. Jack Christie, Head of Account Management, KiWi Power Jack has worked with KiWi Power for the past three years within the company’s sales team, becoming the head of the account management channel in June 2017. Please note, all data you provide through pre-registration will be shared with our webinar partners once the webinar has been concluded. If you do not wish your data to be shared with the partner, please email harry.matyjaszek@energylivenews.com detailing the specific webinar.

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