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RHI degression update - estimated spend up to September 2018

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Earlier this month we published a blog with our assessment as to whether there would be a degression on 1 January 2019 to the biomethane and large biogas tariff for new applications to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). As you can read about in more detail in our blog,…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, food waste operators, crop operators, RHI, degression, RHI degression, beis, Ofgem, rhi tariff guarantees, Renewable Heat Incentive, thom koller

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15% degression for biomethane 1 Jan 2019

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From the latest government data the biomethane tariff of the Renewable Heat Incentive appears set for a degression of 15% on 1 January 2019.   Conditions for degression Under the reformed Renewable Heat Incentive three conditions are considered to determine the tariff degressions: Overall scheme deployment (there are two total scheme thresholds; at 50%…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, crop operators, food waste operators, RHI, renewable financial incentives, rhi tariff guarantees, beis, Renewable Heat Incentive, RHI degression, degression, thom koller, biogas, thom koller

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RHI degression update - estimated spend up to June 2018

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We won't receive confirmation from BEIS over whether there will be a degression next quarter (on the 1st October) until the 1st September. However, when July's RHI applications and deployment data is published by BEIS, which is expected in the next week or two, this will give us…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, beis, RHI, degression, RHI degression, estimated spend, emiliano lewis

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New RHI data up to May 2018 – what are the chances of a degression?

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Last week, BEIS published their latest forecasts for estimated spend for the Non-domestic RHI scheme. The latest assessment includes data up to the 31st May 2018, and can be found here. In the last month, forecast spend for large biogas and biomethane has increased by £85m, following 41 new…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, RHI, UK AD & Biogas, beis, Ofgem, rhi spending, rhi forecast spend, rhi budget cap, rhi committed spend, degression, emiliano lewis

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RHI Degression: Biogas tariffs cut 25%; biomethane cut 10%

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BEIS released an update of the RHI scheme degression, taking effect on the 1st January 2017. In this degression biomethane will see a degression of 10% and biogas will see a 25% degression. We are still waiting for the government response to the RHI consultation. The date of the response…

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Tags: RHI, degression, anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, DECC, beis, emma thomas

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RHI October update

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BEIS have released the latest RHI degression mechanism data. The scheme still remains above expenditure and in the past month both biogas and biomethane remain over the forecast expenditure. At the end of October BEIS will be announcing the next tariff degression. Scheme Total In September 2016, the forecast expenditure…

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Tags: RHI, emma thomas, degression, anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane

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RHI Degression: Biogas tariffs cut 25%; biomethane cut 5%

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BEIS released an update of the RHI scheme which states that, on 1st October 2016, tariffs for new biomethane plants will see a degression of 5% and biogas will see a 25% degression as shown below: Technology Category Exisiting Tariff (p/kWh) Degression (%) New Tariff for installations on or…

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Tags: RHI, degression, beis, emma thomas, biogas, biomethane, financial incentives, crop operators, AD

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RHI Update June 2016

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BEIS have released the latest RHI mechanism data. The scheme still remains above expenditure and in the past month both biogas and biomethane remain over the forecast expenditure. At the end of August BEIS will be announcing the next tariff degression. Scheme Total In June 2016, the forecast expenditure remained above…

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Tags: biogas, biomethane, RHI, renewable financial incentives, financial incentives, emma thomas, degression, RHI degression

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The political case for AD starts with you!

What’s changed? HM Treasury appears to be refusing to participate in constructive dialogue on the vital role of renewables in a thriving UK economy, and each government department is currently pre-occupied grappling with how to meet the hefty cost reductions demanded of them. Although the government has said…

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Tags: lobbying, mps, Parliament, lec, cuts, DECC, treasury, degression, campaign, Derek Sivyer

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DECC confirms that RHI for biomethane will degress by 10% on 1 October 2015

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Today DECC released the monthly statistics on RHI expenditure, the figures confirm our prediction that the biomethane tariff will degress by 10% on 1 October 2015 while biogas remains the same.  This means that biomethane tariffs for new plants will be as follows:    Existing tariff (p/kWh) New tariff - 1…

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Tags: RHI, RHI degression, biomethane, DECC, degression, will bushby, anaerobic digestion, biogas, financial incentives, renewable financial incentives, biomethane to grid

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FIT deployment data published: 7.5 MWe uptake at 0.5-5 MWe scale in July

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July saw over 7.5 MWe of new capacity (not pre-accredited) receive full accreditation in the 0.5-5 MWe scale of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) in July. This is a big increase in capacity for an individual month. This was across 12 fully-accredited plants, which indicates that the average capacity was 0.626 MWe. …

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Tags: Ollie More, Feed-in-Tariff, degression, FIT degression, fit deployment, FITs, biogas, anaerobic digestion, FIT

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DECC Feed-in Tariff review – cost data

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This year DECC will be undertaking a comprehensive review of the Feed-in Tariff. This includes collecting data on the cost of the data technology to calculate whether the tariff is justified.  We have been collecting cost data from a variety of sources. The best of this data is directly…

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Tags: DECC, Ollie More, Feed-in-Tariff, FIT, cost data, degression, FIT degression, feed-in tariffs, feed in tariff

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DECC to change RHI degression forecasting; clarify calculation

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As members who have attended our biomethane working groups are aware, DECC have been working on an issue with their biomethane forecasting methodology which could mean plants effectively count twice towards degression. In short, the current methodology effectively assumes that a plant will be operating at full capacity from the…

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Tags: will bushby, DECC, RHI, biomethane, RHI degression, degression, Ofgem, anaerobic digestion, biomethane to grid, biomethane to grid working group

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BREAKING NEWS – Biomethane RHI will degress 5% in July

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DECC have just released the latest quarterly figures for the non-domestic RHI scheme. The figures show that the biomethane tariff will degress by 5% on 1 July. This is the second degression this year, following the implementation of the new tiered tariff and the six month degression holiday.   Existing tariff (p…

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Tags: will bushby, RHI, RHI degression, biomethane, biogas, anaerobic digestion, DECC, Ofgem, degression

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Boost in small scale AD before tariff cut

DECC has released Feed-in Tariff (FIT) deployment data for November 2014 which highlights that many developers made pre-accreditation applications in September in order to avoid the full force of Feed-in Tariff cuts, which are brought about by the degression policy.  DECC’s data shows that 18 anaerobic digestion (AD) plants…

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Tags: FIT, degression, sub-250kw, Derek Sivyer, Wrap, on-farm AD, DECC, pre-accreditation

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