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Over 50,000 UK households have now installed biomass boilers, solar thermal systems or heat pumps under the government’s domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.


Christmas Greetings from the Wood Pellet Team at CP

On 4 February, CPL launched their paper ‘Biomass Heat in the UK beyond 2020’ at an event hosted in the House of Commons by the All Party Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group and the All Party Parliamentary Group for Intelligent Energy.

Woodpellets2U and its parent company CPL Industries are now recognised as approved BSL suppliers.

On Saturday 12th July 2014, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice hosted their second annual ‘It’s a Knockout’ event at the Dinnington Rugby Club in Dinnington. CPL Industries gathered together a fantastic team to help raise money for this great organisation...

Once the domestic RHI scheme had launched, the last major milestone for the scheme, it would be understandable to think that the RHI conversations would settle down along with the scheme. However, so far this has proven to be far from the case as this world first scheme continues to evolve and develop.

Improvements to the non-domestic renewable heat incentive (RHI) were announced yesterday by the Renewable Energy Association.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has released the domestic RHI deployment data for the first 21 days since the RHI’s launch. (9th April to 30th April 2014).

Yesterday the UK Green Investment Bank announced £5m of funding to finance the installation of biomass boilers in a number of Scottish whisky distilleries.

We are now less than a year away from the next general election and the countdown to this important event has already begun in many quarters. We have certainly already started to see evidence of political campaigns filtering through; statements following the autumn party conferences about the impacts of energy policy on consumers bills are one such example.