The U.K launches its Renewable Heat Incentive scheme for non-domestic applications

After a delayed kickoff from the originally planned September 30 start date, the world’s first Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme for non-domestic systems opened today in the U.K. to the delight of the country’s renewable energy industry and renewable heat focused technology companies alike. The ...

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