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.

Yorkshire Heat Pumps enjoys success

Yorkshire Heat Pumps has been trading for 18 months, and in that time has seen the interest in renewable energy heating grow and grow, thanks in no small part to the government's Renewable Heat Incentive scheme. This offers financial incentives to those switching from fossil fuel systems to greener alternatives.

The real cost of renewable energy

Michael has been in the press this week talking to Renewable Energy Installer Magazine, restating the compelling environmental and financial case for switching to biomass.

Yorkshire Heat Pumps in the press

Michael Wright has been in the press again this week, talking to The Yorkshire Times about the incorporation of renewable heating technologies in barn refurbishments, and why this is the perfect time to consider renewables for your home.

Domestic RHI approvals march on

In their latest weekly data update, Ofgem has indicated that domestic RHI approvals have passed the 1000 mark, while air source continues to top the table.

Domestic RHI uptake: the story so far...

The Department of Energy & Climate Change has announced figures at the end of the first month of domestic RHI, indicating a steady flow of applications and air source as the lead technology to date.

Exciting changes announced to non-domestic RHI

On 28th May the Department for Energy & Climate Change (DECC) announced some important changes to the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Scheme, with the inclusion of air-to-water heat pumps and a big boost to the RHI tariff for ground source heat pumps.

Which? Guide to RHI published

We're encouraged to see that Which? have applied their usual rigour to their introduction to renewables and the Renewable Heat Incentive that's been published this week.

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