British Department of Energy and Climate Change

  • Great Britain/RHI: One Accredited Solar Thermal System in Nine Months

    For over a year, the UK government has been heavily promoting the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). But by end of August 2012, only a tiny amount has been paid out for solar thermal: just Great Britain Pound (GBP) 60 (approx EUR 70). So why is solar thermal badly lagging in the UK’s...

  • Review of Technical Information on Renewable Heat Technologies (2011)

    The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change commissioned this report to the consultancy AEA Technology. The report analyses the technical costs of four heating technologies: air source heat pumps (ASHP); ground source heat pumps (GSHP); solar thermal and biomass. The objective is to...

  • Great Britain: Launch of Renewable Heat Premium Payment in August

    The British Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) confirmed in a press release from 21 July 2011 that the Renewable Heat Premium Payment will start on 1 August 2011. It will offer grants for the following technologies: Solar water heaters (Pound Sterling (GBP) 300), ground source heat...


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