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Domestic and Non-Domestic RHI - Biomass Sustainability Requirements

The Biomass Sustainability requirements will be introduced to the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme from 5th October 2015. From this date, in order to continue receiving RHI payments, all non-domestic and domestic RHI participants using biomass will need to ensure their fuel complies with standards relating to maximum greenhouse gas emissions, and requirements relating to how the fuel is grown to ensure the fuel is sustainable (land criteria). An information sheet has been produced which provides further information can be found here...

 

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