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Further amendments to RHI

Scottish Land & Estates has responded to the UK Government’s Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive: Further Proposed Amendments consultation. The first part of the consultation proposes the removal of all drying from being eligible for the RHI scheme. Our response to this can be found here...

The second part of the consultation relating to very large plant, multiple installations, registering to inject biomethane and other cross cutting issues. Responses to this part are due by 31 October 2017, any comments should be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it no later than Friday 27 October.

 

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