Ofgem predicts higher costs for CHP and renewables targets

The Government may need to increase subsidies for renewable energy and combined heat and power (CHP) if it is to meet its targets for both technologies, according to energy regulator Ofgem. A report by the regulator confirms that the new electricity trading arrangements (NETA) have led to a drastic reduction in output from small generators.1

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