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  • Growers are invited to an event to hear more about the current opportunities for converting to renewable heating systems in protected cropping, or adding to and expanding their existing renewable systems. The event, which will take place on the 16th May, will discuss how the recent legislative changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) open up opportunities for larger biomass boiler projects, maintain the benefits for heat pumps and give potential for biomass combined heat and power projects. Read More...
  • Short-term prices on both gas and electricity increased slightly, due to a combination of lower than average temperatures and unplanned maintenance work on both Norwegian gas facilities and UK nuclear plants. Good wind and solar in the middle of the week helped to keep the increases modest. Read More...
  • We have received an update on the reforms from Renewable Energy Association in light of the general election announcement. BEIS aims to lay emergency legislation before parliament to extend degression trigger lines and update Microgeneration Certification Scheme standards on heat pumps. Read More...
  • Short-term gas prices rose significantly last week, mainly due to the unseasonal low temperatures. However, short-term electricity did not follow suit owing to good solar generation. Longer-term prices for gas and electricity remained stable, despite uncertainties caused by the snap election. Read More...
  • Lower temperatures pushed both day-ahead gas prices down, with electricity following suit.  In contrast, oil took an optimistic increase due to the possibility of production cuts being extended beyond June. Read More...

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