Sponsored by Granted Consultancy Ltd & Stephens Scown
Numerous changes have been made to the Feed in Tariff (the main system of support for small scale renewable power) over the last couple of years leading to much confusion over whether to invest in renewables. Which technology is best for your situation and is it still viable with the new tariffs? The first phase of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) has also recently come on stream, providing support for biomass boilers and other renewable heat installations. Could this be an opportunity to reduce your heating bills in the future? This CLA event will help you answer these questions and more.
Under current rules it will also become unlawful from April 2018 to let any residential property which does not have an Energy Performance Certificate rating of ‘E’ or above. This has major implications for many members. The Green Deal, a new government scheme to install insulation and other energy efficiency measures without up-front costs, provides an opportunity for members to upgrade the energy efficiency of domestic and commercial property – however questions remain over how to deal with some older properties eg. those with solid walls. This CLA event will update members on these crucial issues.
The event will have sessions on a range of renewable heat and power technologies given by leading installers and independent experts in the field including CLA advisers. Up to date briefings on each technology will be given with case studies and the opportunity for questions.
Wind – Dulas Ltd & Greenthinking Renewables Ltd
Biomass – Treco Ltd
Ground Source Heat & Solar Thermal
Efficiency, Energy Ratings & The Green Deal
On Your Side with Stephens Scown solicitors, Granted Consultancy Ltd, Tom Beeley, CLA National Renewable Energy Adviser
• Grid Connections
• Funding - FiT & RHI – Granted Consultancy Ltd
• Contracts – Stephens Scown Solicitors