Publication : Renewable energy proposals “will encourage emissions” warns AECB

AECB, the sustainable building association, is today warning the Government that the proposed “Renewable Heat Incentive” is so badly designed that in some circumstances it actually pays people to install systems that burn more fossil fuel, and thereby, emit more CO2. The AECB is responding to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) consultation on the proposed Renewable Heat Incentive, which closes on Monday.

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