RHI gets go-ahead, but support for large projects to be cut

Will Nichols

Greg Barker confirms EU approval for scheme, but launch rests on payments for large biomass installations falling 60 per cent

The government's £860m Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) programme has been granted state aid approval by the EU and is set to be launched at the end of November, although the final agreement with Brussels...

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