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GN03-13 Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Update - March 2013
This Guidance Note gives an update on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) following the scheme's first year of operation. The note also provides an overview on key changes to the scheme following the Government response to the first consultation on the...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [20 March 2013]
GN06-12 Renewable Heat Incentive: Guidance
This Guidance Note describes the Renewable Heat Incentive, provides detailed guidance on the paperwork and questions that arise when considering an application for the support, and links to the relevant Ofgem and DECC pages, as well as to a handy...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [14 March 2012]
GN02-12 Feed In Tariff Update 9 February 2012
Small Scale renewable electricity: Government has been struggling to address the overspend in the Feed In Tariff budget that arose from the unexpected and sharp fall in the costs of solar PV and an explosion in the rate of installation. This Guidance...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [28 February 2012]
GN27-11 Solar Feed In Tariff: New Review: 31 October 2011 proposals
The Feed In Tariff, which supports small scale renewable electricity generation (described in more detail in CLA GN26-11) has become a victim of its own success, in the face of fixed Government budget limits. On 31 October 2011 Government moved to...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [8 November 2011]
GN26-11 October 2011 Feed in Tariffs: support for small and medium scale renewable electricity
The CLA was instrumental in delivering the Feed In Tariff, which provides support for small and medium scale renewable electricity. This Guidance Note describes the scheme, talks about what works for CLA members and offers links to further guidance.
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [21 October 2011]
GN22-11 Renewable Investment on Holdings subject to Agricultural Tenancy
Many CLA members are either considering their own opportunities for investment in renewables on land they have let, or are approached by existing agricultural tenants wishing to take advantage of the incentives available. This Guidance Note outlines the...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [19 September 2011]
GN14-11 Renewable Electricity Grid Connections
Many members face surprising levels of costs and delay when seeking to connect new renewable generation to the local grid. This Guidance Note provides signposting to further expert advice.
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [15 July 2011]
GN06-08 Bioenergy and Biogas Capital Grant Schemes in England
Advice on grant aid support for biomass and biogas
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [11 April 2008]
GN28-07 Energy Crops Scheme Planting Grants Update
The energy crops scheme, which provides planting grants for perennial crops used for energy including (but not limited to) Willow Coppice and Miscanthus has been approved under the Rural Development Plan for England, but with changes imposed by the EU...
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [11 December 2007]
GN19-07 Wind Farms Heads of Terms
The CLA offers advice to members on renewable energy projects, and has put the long experience of this in a new guidance note for members considering wind farm development on their land. Click here for a copy
[Professional Advice/Guidance notes] - [9 July 2007]
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