Consultation: renewable heat incentive could exclude urban biomass boilers

Biomass combustion installations in most urban areas would no longer be eligible for government support in England, Wales and Scotland, under proposals put out for consultation yesterday

Biomass combustion installations in most urban areas would no longer be eligible for government support in England, Wales and Scotland, under proposals put out for consultation yesterday.

Setting out proposed changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), the government has indicated that burning biomass in boilers is a significant contributor to urban air pollution, producing fine smoke parties and toxic air pollutants including benzene, formaldehyde and acrolein.

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