Tag: Feed In Tariffs

BEIS and Ofgem set out designs for a smart and flexible energy system

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Yesterday BEIS and Ofgem launched a call for evidence on how to develop the UK energy system so that it is smart and flexible, and captures all benefits for consumers and businesses. The new department’s focus on industrial strategy is beginning to emerge, and Secretary of State Greg…

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Tags: beis, Ofgem, consultation, anaerobic digestion, biogas, crop operators, food waste operators, innovation, feed-in tariffs, regulation, flexible generation

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Weltec Biopower - Pig Farm Uses Synergies to Generate Energy

Croatian Biogas Plant of WELTEC BIOPOWER Goes Live In summer 2016, a biogas plant of the German plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER went live in Varazdin, northern Croatia. The 250-kW plant of the pig farmer Dalibor Vrček perfectly suits the farm‘s cycle of food production, liquid manure…

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Tags: member's press release, Weltec Biopower, biogas, pig manure, heat, feed-in tariffs, croatia, food waste, agricultural application

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Ofgem releases new FIT guidance

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Ofgem have today released an updated Feed-in Tariff: Guidance for Renewable Installations. Version 10.2, which you can access here, reflects minor changes and technical modifications to the Electricity Supplier Licence conditions and the 2016 FIT Order made by government following its 2015 review of the FIT. Do get in touch with me if…

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Tags: Ofgem, feed-in tariffs, FIT, fit guidance, anaerobic digestion, food waste operators, crop operators, thom koller

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Telegraph reports DECC overspend - could mean FITs cut

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The Telegraph has today (Monday) reported that DECC officials have told them that the Department will overspend its renewable electricity subsidy budget (paid for through consumer electricity bills) by £1.5 bn by 2020. DECC had forecast spending of £7.5 bn per year in 2020, but officials have reportedly privately told the Telegraph…

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Tags: DECC, Ollie More, Feed-in-Tariff, renewable financial incentives, anaerobic digestion, biogas, feed-in tariffs, feed in tariff, 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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Disappointing letter from DECC Minister Amber Rudd on Feed-In Tariff

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It is extremely disappointing to receive this Reply from Amber Rudd MP which says that Government does not intend to extend the FiTs pre-accreditation period. This was a reasonable request, not least in the light of the unexpected changes and subsequent withdrawal of the conditions for grid connections by Ofgem,…

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Tags: feed-in tariffs, FIT

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New FITs deployment data released

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We have updated our members area with the latest FITs deployment data. http://adbioresources.org/members-area/fit-deployment-degression/ This indicates that the 500 kW- 5 MW scale will come close to hitting the 6 month 5% degression. However, if the average deployment over the first 5 months continues, then we should just miss this degression. It…

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Tags: degression, feed-in tariffs, Feed-in-Tariff, FITs, Ollie More

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