Summary of RHI reforms The latest RHI reforms for Domestic and Non-Domestic have successfully passed through Parliament and came into effect on 22 May 2018. This results in changes to both Non-Domestic and Domestic RHI schemes in Great Britain. Domestic RHI changes Systems changes will be deployed for the 22 May 2018, with no […]Read more »
New RHI regulations have been laid by the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy. Subject to parliamentary approval, these regulations are expected to come into force in Spring 2018. These regulations if approved will introduce a number of changes and new policies including tariff guarantees and shared ground loops […]Read more »
BEIS have introduced changes to the small, medium and large tariff rates from 20 September 2017. Large biomass installations accredited from 14 December 2016 are receiving their uplifted tariff.
What has changed? DECC have introduced an amendment to the scheme which came into force on 1 August 2016, affecting how payments are calculated for solid biomass CHP installations with a tariff start date on or after 1 August 2016 and a power efficiency less than 20%. You can find […]Read more »
What has changed? On the 3 March 2016 DECC announced a number of minor changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). These changes came into force on 24 March 2016. These amendments will be made alongside the updating of scheme degression triggers for 2016/17 and changes to indexation linking tariffs […]Read more »
What has changed? The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) introduced new sustainability criteria for installations using biomass and biogas fuels, and producers of biomethane under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) on 5 October 2015. To continue to receive RHI payments you must now use fuels that meet the sustainability criteria. […]Read more »
The government has introduced a number of changes to the Non-Domestic RHI regulations, effective from 12th February 2015. These changes are summarised below: Changes to the biomethane tariff: A new tiered tariff is applicable to producers of biomethane, affecting only those whose date of registration is on or after the […]Read more »