Category list : Renewable Heat Incentive
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The leader of the Green Party has hit back over the decision by ministers in Northern Ireland to can the RHI
NI RHI scheme to close at the end of monthSubscription
The RHI scheme in Northern Ireland will finish at the end of February following a vote in the Assembly.
Government closes down Northern Ireland's RHISubscription
Closure of the RHI scheme has been announced by North Ireland (NI) enterprise, trade and investment minister Jonathan Bell.
RSPB turns to renewablesSubscription
Work to install a wind turbine at the headquarters of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) starts today (25 January).
Following on from its Pathways for Domestic Heating report published in 2013, the Heating & Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) will publish a new document advising how the next UK government on its energy strategy.
A survey published today shows that 72% of equipment installed under the Renewable Heat Incentive required engineers to return to address issues, more than double the previous figure of 29%.
OFGEM has published a brief overview of the first 1,000 participants for the new domestic RHI.
A range of industry issues will be discussed within the seminar programme of the Energy & Environment Expo, held at London’s ExCeL, 17 to 19 June.
The industry has responded to the Department of Energy & Climate Change’s announcement that its Renewable Heat Incentive scheme for domestic installations will finally begin.
The official launch of the Sustainable Energy Association took place at the House of Commons last night, with Secretary of State Ed Davey in attendance.
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.
Research from Innasol and analyst group Frost & Sullivan reported that 78 per cent of domestic energy use is for heating.
Housing associations and co-operatives across the country are turning to renewable energy in a bid to tackle fuel poverty, according to industry body the Scottish Federation for Housing Associations (SFHA).
The deadline for Renewable Heat Premium Payment voucher scheme is approaching on 31 March 2014.
Energy and climate change minister Greg Barker has outlined the government’s plans to further develop the Green Deal and Renewable Heat Incentive in 2014 at the Worcester, Bosch Group’s evening reception at the House of Lords.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change has confirmed that the government’s green levies review will not affect schemes including the Renewables Obligation, Feed-in Tariff and Contracts for Difference.
The Government’s £2.9bn domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme due to be launched in spring 2014 is, as it stands, costly, impractical and unlikely to attract consumers unless the focus changes, OFTEC has said.
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’.
RHI delay calls for a new energy business modelSubscription
It is not surprising that the industry has reacted with huge disappointment to the latest delay in launching the domestic phase of the Renewable Heat Incentive.
The Solar Trade Association has conducted research that shows the cost of solar thermal hot water systems could reduce if sales increase when the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive launches next year.