Is time running out for RHI?

With government spending on the Renewable Heat Incentive only committed until April 2016, and its future plans for RHI or alternative green incentives uncertain, the time to act is now.

Question of the week: Is ground source heating the same as geothermal heating?

This is the first in a series of updates we will post in response to questions asked by our customers or prospects visiting our showroom.

Reduced rate VAT on renewables questioned

The attractive 5% VAT rate on domestic renewable energy heating installations could be under threat thanks to the pronouncement from The European Court of Justice that this reduced rate VAT is illegal.

Latest biomass RHI tariff announcements

Friday 29th June saw DECC announce further tariff degressions for both domestic and non-domestic small biomass under their respective Renewable Heat Incentive schemes. Does this latest drop sound the death knell for biomass?

Top tips for running your renewables

Our observations on 'What every reputable biomass installer should be telling their customers' was posted in the Environment section of the Business Daily online this week.

Brook Taverner factory biomass installation in the news

Yorkshire Heat Pumps' recent installation of a 199kW pellet boiler at the Keighley factory of historic Harris Tweed clothing company, Brook Taverner, has been in the news this week.

Green scheme gathers pace

Yorkshire Heat Pumps has been in the online press again this week commenting on the story so far as domestic RHI celebrates its first birthday.

Happy first birthday, RHI

This month we are celebrating the first birthday of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, but has it been a Happy Birthday? Here at Yorkshire Heat Pumps we certainly think so.

Rush for renewables as tariffs tumble

Yorkshire Heat Pumps has been in the press again this week talking about the quarterly rush to complete installations to beat RHI tariff degression.

The ups and downs of domestic RHI tariffs

This week Ofgem has announced the domestic RHI tariffs which will come into effect on April 1st 2015. There are winners and losers, with inflationary RPI increases for some and the degression 'super trigger' reached for biomass which sees its tariff tumble.

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