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Further to our post earlier this month, the updated tariffs which take effect from 20 September have now been published, together with new heat demand limits: Homes with an annual heat demand listed on the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) above the limit will be eligible for the RHI, but their payments will be calculated using the …

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Ofgem have today made the following announcement regarding the proposed changes to the Domestic RHI: Firewood with wooden pellets “In March 2016, the Government published a consultation on changes to the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. After taking account of the feedback it received, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published its …

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Ofgem have just announced that the amendments being introduced to the Non-Domestic RHI will come into force from 20 September 2017. Wood pellets These amendments are the first part of RHI reforms announced by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in December 2016. For more information and a full list of the …

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BEIS has today published the RHI degression announcement: This shows that the non-domestic small biomass, medium biomass, biomethane, and biogas tariffs will be reduced on 1 July 2017. BEIS also announced the degressions for the domestic RHI, in which the biomass tariff will be reduced by 10%. Plans to increase the domestic RHI tariff this …

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The Home Energy Scotland loan is launched this week, and combines a number of schemes that have been available in the past (HEEPS loan, HEEPS:PSL loan, Gas Infill loan and Home Energy Scotland Renewables loan) into one streamlined loan. This will allow owner-occupiers and certain private sector landlords to apply for a variety of home …

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What is metering for performance, what is metering for payment, and when you need either  Wood pellets Ofgem have produced a useful factsheet to include changes to the Scheme Regulations being introduced by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).  Subject to Parliamentary approval, the changes to the Scheme Regulations are expected to …

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Pellets- Biomass BEIS announced on 1st December 2016 that further degressions would be imposed on both the Domestic (10%) and Non-Domestic (5%) RHI tariffs, with effect from 1st January 2017. However, in response to a consultation on changes to the Domestic RHI scheme, BEIS has today announced tariff increases for three of the eligible renewable heating …

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The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), formerly known as the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) have announced that there is to be no change to Domestic RHI tariffs this quarter.  This means that anyone applying before 30 November will receive the following rates: Biomass               …

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Ofgem have announced the latest degression to the RHI tariffs as follows: Domestic RHI Biomass boilers and stoves – 4.68p/kWh Air source heat pumps         – 7.51p/kWh Solar thermal                         – 19.74p/kWh For more information on the Domestic RHI click here. …

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The Carbon Trust has announced that it is launching a new fund providing vital capital for smaller businesses to replace old, energy-inefficient equipment, together with expert advice to boost the efficiency and productivity of businesses in England, Scotland and Wales. The £7m fund has been made available to SMEs on a first come-first served basis, and will offer …

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