Category list : Renewable Heat Incentive
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Ofgem has issued new guidance on Renewable Heat Incentive payments for ground-source heat pumps.
A number of conferences have reaffirmed the importance of the building services sector in meeting carbon targets and the need for a unified approach to gain support from government.
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.
The long-awaited consultation on the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive has been published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
“The recent publication of wave 2 of DECC’s Public Attitudes Tracker reminds us how much still needs to be done in terms of educating consumers about the benefits of renewable heat technologies,” says Rexel UK director Brian Smithers.
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 series of short training courses covering the essential elements to optimise energy efficiency technologies and strategies has been launched by the Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA).
RHPP social landlord competition reopened Subscription
The Department of Energy and Climate Change has announced the reopening of the competition for social landlords within the Renewable Heat Premium Payment scheme.
Industry today called for the government to end distortions in the commercial market for renewable heating by allowing air-to-water heat pumps to compete fairly with other renewables.
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.