Policy paper

Microgeneration strategy

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

As part of its commitment to tackling climate change and ensuring energy security, the Government is putting in place a range of financial incentives…

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Microgeneration Strategy

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Microgeneration Strategy: Impact Assessments (final)

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As part of its commitment to tackling climate change and ensuring energy security, the Government is putting in place a range of financial incentives to encourage the deployment of small scale, onsite, renewable energy. To ensure these incentives work to their full potential, the non-financial barriers that affect the microgeneration sector need to be tackled. This strategy sets out actions in order to do this - who will do what, and by when. It is the product of an innovative consultation process based on extensive collaboration involving Government, the microgeneration industry, and other stakeholders.