EU state aid rules delay Renewable Heat Incentive launch

James S Murray
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Industry furious as launch of flagship scheme is put back by at least a month

The government's flagship scheme for encouraging businesses to install low carbon heat technologies has suffered a last minute setback, after delays in securing state aid approval forced the Department...

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