Ofgem seeks views on equipment used in biomethane production

The call for evidence is open until 16th December 2019

UK waste-to-energy industry gets £90m boost

Privilege Finance says the investment is linked to the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, which offer payments for biomethane injected into the grid

Government extends deadline for Renewable Heat Incentive projects

It is now open until 31st January 2021

Guest Blog: Linda Taylor – 2019 promises to be a breakthrough year for biomass

The Climate Change Committee estimated that bioenergy’s total contribution to UK total energy could more than double by 2050.

Case Study – Archbishop Sentamu Academy – AMP Clean Energy

Hull academy reaps financial rewards of renewable heat payments

Guest Blog: Gill Alker – Renewable Heat

Could your organisation be missing out on Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) payments?

Public Accounts Committee: RHI scheme ‘has failed to meet its objectives’

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) says the scheme has not come close to meeting its “wildly over-optimistic” take-up forecasts

‘RHI has not achieved good value for money’

The government’s Renewable Incentive Scheme (RHI) has not achieved good value for money. That’s according to the National Audit Office (NAO), which says the initiative has had much lower rates of adoption than originally hoped for and has been taken advantage of by unscrupulous participants. The RHI was launched to encourage a shift to low carbon […]

Ofgem: Potential £2.5m cost of suspected RHI fraud case

Ofgem has confirmed it is investigating three cases of suspected fraud related to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme in Northern Ireland. The values range from £48,000 to £350,000 while the third could potentially be worth around £2.5 million. The information was provided in response to a freedom of information request. Under the RHI scheme, […]

UK Government softens RHI reforms

The government has confirmed new reforms for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. The announcement follows a consultation in March, which was criticised by the sector as BEIS proposed tariff reductions of 45% for parts of the biomass heat sector. It was believed that could lead to a 98% drop in installations. Under the new plans, the government […]