News | Published on 28th Apr 2016
Stewart Clements, Director of HHIC said “The Renewable Heat Incentive, RHI is flawed and needs a clearer focus if it hopes to make any impact on our renewables targets. HHIC would like to see funding targeted at those homes that can accommodate a renewable heating system and those where the current heating system is carbon intensive.
HHIC would also like to see:
We are legally committed to achieving our 2020 renewable targets with the RHI the flagship policy for helping to decarbonise heat. Unfortunately, as it stands the RHI will simply not deliver.”
To read the full submission please visit: http://www.eua.org.uk/sites/default/files/RHI-Consultation-March-2016.pdf
HHIC is a division of the Energy and Utilities Alliance, EUA. EUA has published a report on the RHI entitled ‘RHI: A Smarter Approach’.
To read the report please visit http://www.eua.org.uk/sites/default/files/RHI-A-Smarter-Approach-2016.pdf
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