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A nation that can't control its energy sources can't control its future. Barack Obama

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  • The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced that the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will not be available for households until next year. DECC had previously indicated that the domestic RHI scheme would launch during 2013. However, DECC confirmed the delay in a recent press release, stating that it expects “the scheme will be up and running for householders in spring 2014”. Read More...
  • The new flue gas emission limits for biomass boilers claiming the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will now be introduced in Autumn 2013 — rather than by 1st April as originally planned. In a recently-published response to a consultation that opened back in July 2012, the government confirmed that date for these limits to take effect will be pushed back to "no later than the end of 2013". Read More...
  • Exciting times could be ahead for edible crop production following the unveiling of the world’s first Carbon Capture System for the greenhouse industry. The GC6 Green Carbon Capture System is a revolutionary new technology that allows CO2 to be captured from biomass boilers and used to enrich the climate in the greenhouse. Read More...
  • We've just received the great news that a greenhouse project in East Yorkshire has become the first horticultural project to be accredited under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. The 2.8 MW solid biomass boiler is currently being installed at the Glen Avon Growers site in East Yorkshire — a previous GrowSave Focus Nursery. Read More...
  • A presentation on renewable energy investment options given by Farm Energy Centre's Technical Director, Tim Pratt, at the British Protected Ornamentals Association (BPOA) Conference, on 7th - 8th February 2012. The presentation looks at: Green subsidies - ROCs, Feed-in Tariffs and the Renewable Heat Incentive; and Technologies - anaerobic digestion, wind, solar photo-voltaics (PV) and biomass boilers   Read More...

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