Domestic RHI delayed for twelve months

April 2012
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Apr2012, Issue 447, p36
The article reports that the renewable heat incentive (RHI) for homeowners in Great Britain has been delayed until at least 2013 according to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). The incentive scheme was reportedly set up to encourage a move away gas and oil heating and would give owners of renewable heat equipment a tariff for each kilowatt hour of heat generated for 20 years. A consultation on introducing a cost-control mechanism into RHI was also issued by the DECC.


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