Autumn Budget 2018
October 29, 2018
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Following todays publishing of the Government quarterly degression forecasts, it has been confirmed there will be a 15% degression for the large biomethane tariffs as of 1st January 2019.

The Government’s responded to the Feed-in Tariff closure consultation this week. The response confirmed that both the generation and the export tariff will close to new projects from 31 March 2019.

No other RHI tariff will face degression.

You can view the most up to date RHI tariff on Ofgem’s non domestic RHI page

The non-domestic quarterly forecast update is available for download (in xls) here

The domestic quarterly forecast update is available for download (in xls) here

Expenditure for Large biogas and biomethane for injection has exceeded its expenditure threshold (set out in the regulations). The growth for large biogas and biomethane is 1857% – the higher threshold for degression is 150%. The total scheme expenditure threshold has also been exceeded, however there was no degression for the previous degression. There will therefore, be a degression of 15% to the tariff for this technology. The degression will come into effect on 1st January 2019.