Consultation outcome

Tariffs for non-PV technologies: comprehensive review (Phase 2B)

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Government response to consultation on comprehensive review Phase 2B: Tariffs for non-PV technologies and scheme administration issues

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Detail of outcome

The government’s response to the consultation on Phase 2B: non-PV technologies, including confirmation of tariffs and introduction of a tariff degression mechanism.

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 9 February 2012 12:00am to
26 April 2012 11:45pm

Summary

The government is consulting on Phase 2B of the Feed-in Tariffs comprehensive review.

Documents

Summary of responses to the consultation on comprehensive FITs review Phase 2B: tariffs for non-PV technologies and scheme administration issues

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Impact Assessment: Government response to consultation on the Comprehensive Review Phase 2B - on Feed-in Tariffs for anaerobic digestion, wind, hydro and micro-CHP installations

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Impact Assessment for FITs comprehensive review Phase 2B

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Parsons Brinckerhoff: update of non-PV data for Feed-In Tariff

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The consultation document

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Impact Assessment for comprehensive review Phase 2B

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Parson Brinckerhoff and Cambridge Economics Policy Associates updates to FITs model: documentation of changes made for non-PV technologies cost report

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Degression process and preliminary accreditation explained

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Consultation description

On 20 July 2012, the Government published its response to the consultation on Phase 2B of the Feed-in Tariffs comprehensive review: tariffs for non-PV technologies and scheme administration issues.

The main features of the decisions are:

  • confirmation of new tariff levels for anaerobic digestion, hydro, micro-CHP and wind
  • introduction of a tariff degression mechanism effective 1 April 2014 for those technologies
  • introduction of preliminary accreditation with tariff guarantees for all ROO-FIT technologies and community PV projects
  • confirming a definition of ‘community’ with a provision to exempt community energy schemes and schools from the requirement to meet EPC level D or above to get the standard tariffs;
  • changes to take effect on 1 December 2012 (not 1 October 2012 as proposed in the consultation)

Subject to the parliamentary process required by the Energy Act 2008, these decisions will be brought into effect via modifications to the Standard Conditions of Electricity Supply Licences and associated amendments to the FITs Order that will be laid before Parliament (and made available on this page) in autumn 2012, and will come into force on 1 December 2012.

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