Leaders from the UK’s biomass heat industry have called on the Chancellor for urgent support ahead of the Spring Budget to help Government meet heat decarbonisation targets, address climate change and deliver on its 30 million tree planting initiative.

Biomass heat has been one of the UK’s fastest growing sectors over recent times. However, with the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) set to close in March 2021 and no extension tabled, representatives of Biomass Heat Works! have now written and delivered a letter to new Chancellor, the Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP, to ask for continued funding as a matter of urgency.

For more information go to www.biomassheatworks.co.uk

  • PR: Biomass Heat Works! Calls on Chancellor for Continued Industry Support
    20-02-2020
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