Category list : Renewable Heat Incentive
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A letter to energy minister Greg Barker is calling for the inclusion of air-to-water heat pumps in the commercial RHI in October 2012.
B&ES has submitted its response to the government’s plans to expand the current non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme to include air-to-water heat pumps and broaden the eligibility criteria for energy-from-waste.
B&ES will contribute a seminar session entitled Lack of Integration is the Enemy of Sustainability to six Energy Efficiency Exhibitions during the autumn.
Energy minister Greg Barker has responded positively to lobbying from industry bodies for the inclusion of air-to-water heat pumps in the current commercial Renewable Heat Incentive.
A switch by oil heating users from kerosene to environmentally friendly bioliquids could save the UK over 1.2 million tonnes of CO2 per annum by 2020.
There was a full house for the first meeting of the BMF Plumbing & Heating Sector, with more than 30 people present making up a representative cross-section of the plumbing and heating supply industry.
Britain is set to turn to biomass as the technology steps out of the shadow of solar and wind power, according to renewable energy firm Rural Energy.
A recent Green Alliance study into community energy has claimed that communities are being demoralised and obstructed by a lack of clear policy and restricted access to finance, despite enthusiasm and support.
Companies are calling for the inclusion of commercial air-to-water heat pumps in revisions to the Renewable Heat Incentive.
Yesterday at Prime Ministers’ Questions, energy prices were the topic of robust clashes between the Prime Minister and Ed Milliband, with Cameron announcing the RHI’s ‘cancellation’.