They are consulting on a number of new measures including: additional financial incentives for renewable electricity, new financial incentives for heat, new incentives for microgeneration and distributed energy, removing grid barriers to renewables, using more energy from waste and biomass, stimulating innovation and the supply chain, and making the planning system more responsive while increasing the benefits reaching local communities.
Feedback is invited until 26th September 2008.
Posted on 3rd July 2008
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