Decarbonisation of heat could follow two pathways in the UK, according to research by UKERC
‘High-value biomethane plants’ as well as some biomass-fired facilities could have ‘gamed’ the RHI scheme, according to the National Audit Office
Both domestic and commercial landlords in the private sector are not ready for new energy efficiency regulations, new report suggests
While it is acknowledged that district heating could play a major part in decarbonising the grid, there are concerns over the regulation of the sector
Also in the news: ClientEarth to see government in court again; London gets electric taxis; New emission rules for medium-sized combustion plants; and end of life vehicle target met
Also in the news: Government to restart search for nuclear waste dump site, fracking campaigners seek Supreme Court judgment
Also in the news: New record set for wind power today, Big Six challenged to do more in Scotland and Wales gives hydropower a pass on business rate increase
Much stricter efficiency and emissions criteria under the contracts for difference mechanism have been called for by government
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