Category list : Renewable Heat Incentive
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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.
The Department for Energy and Climate Change predicts that the RHPP scheme will be £4.5million under spent by its closing date in March 2012
The Department of Energy and Climate Change has been forced to postpone the launch of the Renewable Heat Incentive at the last minute due to an objection from the European Commission.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change has announced a last-minute delay in the launch of the RHI due to concerns from the European Commission that the large biomass tariff is set too high.
The oil heating industry has come together to urge Climate Change Minister Greg Barker MP, to incentivise the millions of consumers across the UK who use oil to heat their homes, to switch to renewable bioliquid.
Leading figures in the HVAC industry have given a mixed reception to the long-awaited Renewable Heat Incentive.
The long-awaited launch of the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive became a reality on 1 August, following the recent confirmation of details by DECC.
With Climate Changer Minister Greg Barker heralding the Renewable Heat Incentive as “a new era in home heating”, industry suppliers have responded to the launch of the scheme, which includes the Renewable Heat Premium Payment initiative.
After collaborating closely with DECC on the details of the Renewable Heat Incentive, the Micropower Council’s Dave Sowden shares his views on the scheme with H&V News.
Industry players have signalled their intention to use more renewable heating after the government launched its incentive scheme.