Consultation outcome

RHI biomethane injection to grid tariff review

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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RHI Biomethane Injection to Grid Tariff Review

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Renewable Heat Incentive - Biomethane tariff review impact assessment

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Renewable Heat Incentive: biomethane injection to grid tariff review written Ministerial statement

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Detail of outcome

Government Response to the Biomethane injection to grid tariff review.

In May 2014, we published a formal consultation setting out our proposals to review the biomethane injection to grid tariff under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Since then DECC has engaged extensively with stakeholders on our proposals and received over 60 responses to the consultation. This is the formal Government response to our consultation which sets out how we will revise the biomethane injection to grid tariff.

Original consultation

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Summary

This consultation seeks views from industry on the proposed adjustment to the biomethane to grid tariff.

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Consultation update

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RHI biomethane injection to grid tariff review

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Cost and performance metrics for waste biomethane to grid plants

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Consultation description

This consultation on the RHI biomethane injection to grid tariff seeks views from industry on the proposed adjustment to the biomethane to grid tariff. The consultation presents two tariff options: banding and tiering. For each option, scenarios are presented that illustrate how tariffs for different sizes of biomethane plant might be derived. We would like input from industry on the form and levels of support offered by these proposed illustrative tariffs, and the evidence that underpins them, to ensure that the RHI continues to support sustainable growth in the biomethane to grid market.

We plan to lay the amended regulations as soon as possible after Parliament returns from recess in Autumn 2014.