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Notice – Reopening Call for OFGEM Case Studies

As previously advertised, ADBA will be writing to the new Ofgem Chief Executive, Jonathan Brearley regarding a list of issues identified to date amongst the industry stakeholders in their dealings with the office. However, we understand that Mr Brearley will…

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Future of renewable heat: A meeting with BEIS

Last week, ADBA’s policy team met with BEIS’s new Commercial Advisor to their Clean Heat Directive, to discuss renewable heat policy post-2021. The Commercial Advisor was particularly interested in the current barriers to AD and understanding how future policy can…

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ADBA meets with BEIS on RHI closure

Yesterday, our Senior Policy Manager, Rebecca Thompson, met with one of the lead officials at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to discuss the closure of RHI and all things biogas policy. Alongside discussing the technical issues that…

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Ofgem call for feedback

Ofgem are collecting views on how they could improve user experiences of the Non-Domestic RHI register. To facilitate this, they will be running a series of user research workshops and are seeking volunteers to attend at locations across the UK.…

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RHI and RTFO dual entitlement rules

Following the last RHI closure group, BEIS officials provided the position agreed between BEIS, DfT and Ofgem on dual participation on the RHI and RTFO: Last year it was confirmed that dual participation on the RHI and the RTFO was…

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Ofgem update: Water Meters

Ofgem have circulated the following update on Water Meters: "We have been reviewing our approach to certain types of heat meter, in particular those that use a water meter as the flow sensor component. Having looked into the various standards…

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Ofgem Publishes Data on Tariff Guarantees

Ofgem has published detailed on the number and type of Tariff Guarantees under the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, which Ofgen intends to update weekly at the following link.  The latest figures are outlinked in the attached table for interest. Further…

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