Poor paperwork delaying RHI uptake
Just 20 installations received payments under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) in its first three months, with Ofgem blaming the poor quality of applications for delaysThe £860 million government-funded scheme launched on 28 November 2011 and offers payments to commercial and public sector organisations for generating heat from renewable technologies such as ground-
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