Understanding renewable energy

With the introduction on 1st April 2010 of the Feed-in Tariff or Clean Cashback Scheme for small scale, low carbon generation, many domestic and commercial investors are looking at generating their own electricity to use or sell back to the grid.

The government intends to introduce the first Renewable Heat Incentive on 1st April 2011.

How we can help you

Free Construction Support

  • If you are in the building sector and want to know more about the legislation and financial incentives that the Government are putting in place to support sustainable construction the SMART programme can help.  SMART will be running a series of free workshops on Feed-in Tariffs, Part L regulation changes and government incentives on renewable heating.  These will be across the South East of England and will be free for all South East Based small and medium sized businesses.

Free Services

  • If you are thinking of introducing renewable technologies to your business but not sure on which are most suitable, a free renewable energy feasibility study will allow a one to one consultation at your business premises producing a bespoke feasibility report outlining observations and recommendations.  This service is available free of charge through EU funding via the Low Carbon Essentials project.

Free Business Support

  • If you have a particular interest or focus on the Feed-in Tariff (FiT), the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) and wish to see how those drivers can benefit your business you can join the FLASH Renewable Energy Network or the FLASH Electrical Services Network to receive FREE business support and access to workshops, forums and networking events.

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