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Recent changes to the RHI (Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive)

Luke Bailey 
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Original language: English

The RHI (Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive) is a government programme in England, Scotland and Wales providing financial incentives to businesses that use renewable thermal energy.

Since 22 May 2018 a number of significant changes have been introduced mainly impacting biogas projects and, since 20 June 2018, also affecting biomethane plants. Ofgem, the government body that ...

The RHI (Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive) is a government programme in England, Scotland and Wales providing financial incentives to businesses that use renewable thermal energy.

Since 22 May 2018 a number of significant changes have been introduced mainly impacting biogas projects and, since 20 June 2018, also affecting biomethane plants. Ofgem, the government body that regulates the UK electricity and natural gas markets, talks us through the changes that have been made to the “Tariff Guarantee” request process. For up-to-date information on the status of applications and their impact on the available annual budget, go to the website: https://bit.ly/2LEVHcK

 

 

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