The government has proposed a series of changes and improvements to the Green Deal, in an effort to make the application and implementation process considerably more straight forward, and less time consuming.
Speaking at the Annual Heat Conference, held on the 27th of November 2013, Climate Change Minister Greg Barker outlined the 3 key developments and activities of the government regarding renewable heat and green energy technologies.
The ‘Microgeneration consumer guide to biomass heating’ was published by the Energy Saving Trust in late October, and is full of useful information about biomass heating, and information to help you decide whether or not to make the switch.
The long anticipated framework for the domestic RHI has been announced today. The policy statement ‘Renewable Heat Incentive: The first step to transforming the way we heat our homes’ is now available on the GOV.UK website
Ed Davey, Minister for Energy, is being urged to widen the access to the Renewable Heat Incentive in Scotland. An alliance of 10 organisations – including Scottish Renewables, Friends of the Earth Scotland, and the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations – are keen that not only individual householders, but social landlords too, are able to access the funds, with the aim of tackling fuel poverty.