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 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.

Question of the week (and a lot of acronyms)

If I have to have a Green Deal Assessment (GDA) to get my domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (dRHI) deemed, why do I need to commission full Heat Loss Calculations (HLC)?

Cut through the jargon

Michael Wright has been in the press once again, this time cutting through the jargon of renewable energy for readers of The Yorkshire Times.

Domestic RHI is here at last

The long awaited launch has been announced this week of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, which is a great excuse for a celebration.

Domestic RHI factsheets published

With the draft regulations for domestic RHI put before Parliament this month, it is looking increasingly likely that the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme really will be launched in Spring.

New report highlights the impending explosion in renewables

Renewable energy heating campaigners at Innasol publish a fascinating report into the inevitable rise and rise of renewables.

Domestic air source heat pump market expected to hit tariff degression trigger in year one

It's looking increasingly likely that the domestic air source heat pump market will hit its RHI tariff degression trigger in year one of operation. What will that mean for consumers?

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