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  • Following the publication of the latest consultation response on the 4th December 2013, “Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive – Improving Support, Increasing Uptake”, some important amendments and additions to the scheme have been announced to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme (subject to state-aid approval). Read More...
  • A presentation given by Farm Energy Centre's Chris Plackett at the TGA's 2013 Conference. This 'Energy Economics Update' presentation looks at recent trends in energy prices, whether Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is still a good energy cost-saving option for tomato growers, and the impact of potential RHI tariff changes on the economics of large-scale biomass and ground source heat pumps. Read More...
  • A presentation given by Farm Energy Centre's Chris Plackett at the TGA's 2013 Conference, on 26th September 2013. Chris looks at recent trends in energy prices, whether Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is still a good energy cost saving option for tomato growers, and the impact of potential RHI tariff changes on the economics of large-scale biomass and ground source heat pumps. Read More...
  • A presentation given at 'Biomass for edible crops' - a GrowSave training event held at the High Leigh Conference Centre in Hoddesden, Hertfordshire on 30th July 2013. Read More...
  • A presentation given at 'Biomass for edible crops' - a GrowSave training event held at the High Leigh Conference Centre in Hoddesden, Hertfordshire on 30th July 2013. Read More...

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