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Further degression in the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

Following the degression of 5% to the small biomass tariff on the 1st July, a further degression of 10% will come into effect from the 1st October for small biomass systems (those 200kW and below).

The reduction in tariff is a result of the forecast budget for the small biomass category and the scheme as a whole being exceeded. The announcement from Department of Energy and Climate Change is expected to see a rush within the biomass industry as contractors complete installations and applications to the scheme are submitted prior to the deadline.

If you need assistance with the non-domestic RHI, please contact us.

Cash and Carry business seeks renewable options A recent feasibility study for a cash and carry business has identified the optimum size of solar photovoltaic system which will enable the owner to reduce operating costs and benefit from the Feed in Tariff scheme.

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Thank you very much for the report which looks excellent and at this stage looks a worthwhile exercise.

Client from Oxfordshire - Biomass, solar and wind turbine feasibility