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26 September 2017

This Guidance Note provides an overview of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, which was introduced on 9 April 2014 specifically to support the installation of renewable heating systems in single domestic properties.

England & Wales
Diversification
15 March 2017

This guidance note provides an overview of the application of non domestic rates to renewable energy installations with some focus on solar PV and the impact of the 2017 rates revaluation.

England & Wales
DiversificationInfrastructure & Utilities
06 February 2017

A Government review of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme was undertaken in Spring 2016 with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) finally publishing its response on 14 December 2016.  This note summarises the main changes of relevance to CLA members.

England & Wales
DiversificationInfrastructure & Utilities
18 March 2015

This Guidance Note provides an overview of the non-domestic RHI, specifically in relation to biomass boilers fuelled by wood chip, wood pellets or logs.  Despite the name, the non domestic RHI can be used to provide heat for dwellings where the boiler is heating multiple properties (known as district heating) as is explained later in this note.

England & Wales
Diversification
18 March 2015

This Guidance Note provides an overview of the non-domestic RHI, specifically in relation to biomass boilers fuelled by wood chip, wood pellets or logs.  Despite the name, the non domestic RHI can be used to provide heat for dwellings where the boiler is heating multiple properties (known as district heating) as is explained later in this note.

 

England & Wales
Diversification
13 March 2015

Solar Farm Guidance Note

This guidance note provides CLA members with the background to large scale solar development from the perspective of landowners, explains some of the common aspects of the industry and highlights some considerations with any proposed development. It is important to state that this note is for general guidance only and whilst it covers some of the factors landowners should consider with regard to solar farm development it does not replace the need for landowners to take advice from suitably experienced and qualified professionals. 

England & Wales
Diversification
11 March 2015

The Feed in Tariff (FiT) scheme was introduced in April 2010 to support the installation of small scale, low carbon electricity generation technology up to capacities of 5 MW.  Under the scheme solar photovoltaic (PV) panels that generate electricity have been and remain extremely popular with nearly 91,000 separate installations accredited by the end of 2014. 

England & Wales
Diversification
09 March 2015 Dr Charles Trotman

Over the last year, the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has been designing the new Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) following the adoption of the Rural Development Regulation (Pillar 2) of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

England
Diversification
20 May 2014

This guidance note provides an overview of the non domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) specifically in relation to biomass boilers.  The non domestic RHI provides financial support for the installation of renewable heating in commercial buildings and systems heating multiple domestic properties.  Although, the scheme supports a range of heating technologies this guidance focuses specifically on systems using woodfuel which have been the most popular technology installed under the scheme to date.

England & Wales
Diversification
01 May 2014

The domestic RHI launched in April 2014 provides financial support for the installation of renewable heating systems including biomass boilers, heat pumps and solar thermal into single domestic residences.  The scheme is primarily aimed at properties without access to mains gas and is available to owner occupiers, private and social landlords as well as self builders.  This guidance note provides a basic overview of the scheme, eligibility and opportunities for CLA members.

England & Wales
Diversification

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