Green Deal Assessments no longer required for Domestic RHI applications

DECC has recently published a paper on amendments being made to the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme. One of the key changes is the removal of the requirement to have a Green Deal Assessment. The paper states:


According to the briefing prepared by the REA (the Renewable Energy Association), the long awaited proposals for the Renewable Heat Incentive are expected this week.  Following slowly on from the FIT (feed in tariff), the RHI is expected to apply the long-term tariff approach of the FIT to heat generated from renewables, such as biomass.  The REA say that this is a world first that other countries may wish to emulate.  It will give the industry confidence to develop within a long-term stable framework – just what all players in the energy efficiency industry always ask for.&n

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