The Feed-in-Tariff has undergone a review and since September, the DECC has been consulting with businesses in the sector as well as industry groups. Today (17-12-15) the DECC published a document to explain what changes they’re making to the renewable energy incentive in 2016, below is a summary of these changes that affect Anaerobic digestion.
– The DECC have confirmed that the Feed-in Tariff will remain open to new AD applications in 2016-19, but will no longer support extensions to AD plants
– Deployment caps will be set to limit new spending on the scheme to £100m up to the end of 2018-19
– Pre-accreditation will be reintroduced for AD plants
The deployment caps will allow a maximum of 5MW of AD capacity per quarter.
As biomass boiler installers, we often have people questioning us on certain issues regarding biomass, some of the most frequently asked questions are concerning myths that are associated with burning wood fuel. Below are 3 of those myths and the truth about them.
10 years ago the future of transportation was seemingly destined to be reliant on fossil fuels for a long time to come – for many the outlook is still the same, with fossil fuel alternatives (biofuels) appearing to be a novelty idea.
However, it’s 2015 and the landscape is a little different…