On October 5th 2015 new rules concerning fuels for the domestic RHI came into effect for those with a biomass heating system at home. The sustainability criteria have been brought in by the Department of Energy and Climate Change to ensure all biomass systems meet the government’s environment goals.

Following last week’s announcement from Scotland First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon confirming that £224m of funding has been provided for its Warmer Homes Scotland programme, we are urging installers to act now!

Every homeowner always asks the same question about their new renewable energy installation. How much am I going to save? With the upcoming tariff changes it's important to know exactly how to answer this question.

On September 10th you’ll be able to come to the Heating and Renewables Roadshow and chat to our team of experts.

The Renewable Heat Incentive is really beginning to hit home after recent figures showed that close to 22,000 UK households have now had green heating measures fitted via the scheme.

At Qualitick™ Ltd, the award-winning provider of compliance support services, we would like to respond to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) solar feed-in tariff consultation by urging customers to counter the cuts.

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme have announced a range of MCS Standard changes covering both MCS Installer standards and MCS Product standards.

MCS Accreditation demonstrates to your customers that you are a fully qualified and reputable renewable energy technology installer.

The Green Party put climate change at the heart of its election manifesto launch, pledging to boost spending on renewable energy and fund a free energy saving home retrofit programme, nationwide.