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Feed-in Tariff

Posted by Ewan McClymont on 10/22/2013

Since its introduction in April 2010 the renewable electricity Feed-in Tariff (FIT) has experienced several changes and cuts, causing severe spikes in demand particularly for Solar PV. Thankfully this seems to have now stabilised, although the level of installations has slowed down considerably and we are now back at 2010 levels.

The fundamentals of the tariff scheme have remained unchanged with benefits derived from ...

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Renewable Heat Incentive

Posted by Ewan McClymont on 10/22/2013

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) was introduced in November 2011 to promote the uptake of renewable heat technologies by industrial, commercial, public sector and not-for-profit organisations. DECC is responsible for the policy underpinning the scheme whilst Ofgem pays participants a tariff for the amount of eligible heat used or biomethane produced. Like the FITs, the RHI operates within a fixed budget that has to ...

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Electricity Market Reform

Posted by Ewan McClymont on 10/22/2013

The Government has committed to publishing an Electricity Market Reform (EMR) Delivery Plan every 5 years in order to confirm its objectives for the electricity system, and to publish key decisions in relation to pricing of renewable electricity and low-carbon generation.

Under the Renewables Obligation (RO), licensed electricity suppliers are required to ensure that a percentage of electricity supplied is produced from renewable sources ...

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