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1st December 2015 ROCs Formally Linked to Sustainability Criteria

Relatively short notice from Ofgem perhaps. Though this was anticipated before the end of the year. However, Ofgem have allowed suitable time to enable power

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Wood Fuel Conference October 2015 – RHI & ROC Security

The Wood Fuel Conference at Epsom on Thursday 15th October raised concerns over the governments ability to provide clarity and trust on energy subsidies to

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Biomass Suppliers List

If you do not source from the Biomass Suppliers List (BSL) and your company has an installation under 1MWth and claims the Renewables Heat Incentive

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RHI Sustainability Criteria – New Requirements 5th October 2015

New sustainability requirements for fuel used in installations claiming the Renewables Heat Incentive (RHI) apply from the 5th October 2015. Similarly to the RO, the

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Anaerobic Digestion or Solid Biomass Attestation Engagement – 30th June

A recent flurry of calls indicates that many companies may commissioning the ISAE 3000 attestation engagement quite close to the cut-off date when the report

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Ofgem Operators Sustainability Audit

Operators Sustainability Audit Operators do still have some time left to commission an audit partner for the annual sustainability audit which must be provided to

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ROCs Linkage to Sustainability – October 2015

Originally ROCs were planned to be linked to meeting the Land Criteria of the Renewables Obligation and Ofgem’s sustainability requirements, which included an independent audit

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RHI Land Use 5th October 2015 and the Biomass Suppliers List

The biomass sustainability RHI regulations came into force on the 5th February 2015 with the effect that RHI participants must meet the sustainability requirements, that

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NMO and Chinese Plywood

It is clear that the NMO (National Measurements Office) have targeted efforts based on risk. Namely Chinese plywood, a product that is imported in large

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Future EU Regulation on ‘Conflict Minerals’

Overview EU draft conflict minerals legislation proposal, titled, ‘setting up a Union system for supply chain due diligence self-certification of responsible importers of tin, tantalum

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