Renewables subsidy pushes CHP in waste-to energy plants

Waste-to-energy plants will receive no subsidy under the fourth tranche of the non-fossil fuel obligation (NFFO) unless they form part of a combined heat and power (CHP) project or use fluidised bed combustion (FBC) technology. The Department of Trade and Industry has promised support for up to 500MW of installed capacity - but further action will be needed if the Government's targets for renewable energy are to be met.

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