Biomethane RHI consultation
By James Lansdell and Lucille De Silva
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a long-term financial support programme for renewable heat designed to increase the uptake of renewable heat technologies and reduce carbon emissions.
The scheme provides a subsidy per kWhth of eligible renewable heat generated from accredited installations and a subsidy payable to producers of biomethane for injection into the grid.
It was launched in November 2011 through the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Regulations 2011 (RHI Regulation) with a scheme for the non-domestic sector that provides payments to industry, business and public sector organisations…
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