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New tariffs for RHI and FIT in force

As announced by BEIS, RHI non-domestic tariffs for biomethane and large biogas experienced a reduction of 15% as of 1st January 2019 for new applicants, in accordance with degression rules. For small and medium biogas applicants the tariff will remain the…

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Ofgem releases new FIT guidance

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…

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Telegraph reports DECC overspend – could mean FITs cut

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…

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DECC Feed-in Tariff review – cost data

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…

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