Domestic RHI degression announced

As at 31 January 2015, forecast expenditure for the domestic biomass tariff is £17.76m. This is in excess of the expenditure threshold for biomass for the quarter ending 31 January 2015 (£6.0m). It also exceeds the super trigger for the quarter ending 31 January 2015 (£12.0m). As the super trigger has been exceeded, and forecast expenditure has grown by more than the trigger, the biomass tariff will be reduced by 20%, coming into effect 1 April 2015:

The tariff listed above includes 1.6% uplift in line with the Retail Price Index (RPI).

The tariff levels will come into effect 1 April 2015. 

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