RHI tariff triggers to avoid FITs debacle
Payments under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will be linked to deployment levels and an overall spending cap to prevent sudden changes like those imposed on the feed-in tariffDecc has outlined its plans to gradually lower payments under the non-domestic RHI scheme, to prevent the initiative exceeding its budget and to provide greater certainty in future subsidy levels. Und
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