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DECC have released details of the revised non domestic and domestic RHI tariffs, which will come in to effect from 1/1/2016.Headlines:
DECC have released details of the revised non domestic and domestic RHI tariffs, which will come in to effect from 1/4/2016.Headlines:
Come and meet us at the Homebuilding & Renovating Show at the NEC, Birmingham on Friday 15th April.You can find us in Hall 12, on stand E214, where we are sharing a stand with the Energy Efficiency Awards/Greener Times Publishing.
Ashwell Biomass collected three awards at the 2016 East Midlands Energy Efficiency & Retrofit Awards.RHI Installer of the Year – Winner!
Ashwell Biomass is pleased to have been
accepted on to the exclusive ‘YPO Dynamic Purchasing System’ (DPS) for
Lot 3 – Biomass Boilers.
YPO supplies products and services, and is 100% publicly owned. Its primary purpose is to deliver its customers even better value for money.
Ashwell Biomass will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Auditel Supplier Exhibition.
Founded in 1994, Auditel is a network of over 200 professional consultants specialising in cost management consultancy. The Auditel service was pioneered to help UK companies make effective and informed procurement decisions.
Ashwell Biomass will be participating
in ENERGY 2016, part of UK Construction week, which takes place 18-20th
October at the NEC, Birmingham.
More information about the event can be found: www.ukconstructionweek.com/energy-show
Ofgem and DECC have confirmed details of non domestic and domestic RHI tariffs for biomass boiler installations/accreditations taking place between 1/7/2016 and 30/9/2016.Non-domestic (Commercial) RHI scheme:
The recent Government Spending Review and Autumn Statement outlined some key developments with the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).These include an increase in funding for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) to £1.15 billion in 2021 to ensure that the UK continues to make progress towards its climate goals while reforming the scheme to improve value for money, delivering savings of almost £700 million by 2020-21.