Consultation outcome

Renewable Heat Incentive: providing certainty and improving performance

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Government response to ‘Providing Certainty, improving performance’ July consultation

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Final Impact Assessment for Budget Management in the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme

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Introduction of air quality requirements into the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

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Sustainability requirements for solid and gaseous biomass in the Renewable Heat Incentive

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Tariff trigger points

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Detail of outcome

Government response to ‘Providing Certainty, improving performance’ July consultation

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 20 July 2012 12:00am to
14 September 2012 11:45pm

Summary

This consultation asked for views on proposals for the non-domestic RHI relating to longer-term budget management and scheme improvements

Documents

Renewable Heat Incentive: Providing certainty, improving performance

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Impact Assessment: Longer term budget management

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Impact Assessment: Sustainability requirements for solid and gaseous biomass in the Renewable Heat Incentive

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Impact Assessment: Introduction of air quality requirements into the Renewable Heat Incentive

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Consultation on providing certainty and improving performance: Q&A

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Consultation description

In 2012 DECC consulted on proposals for introducing greater certainty to organisations who are either wanting to join the RHI or existing participants’ as well as improving the application process.

The Government response to the consultation has now been published. This sets out how DECC plans to implement these proposals while ensuring the scheme:

  • remains financially sustainable
  • offers good value for money for the tax payer
  • meets previous commitments to introduce biomass sustainability by setting out sustainability and air quality criteria
  • reduces administrative burdens to Ofgem and applicants.

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