Renewable Energy: Heating
Energy and Climate Change

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Meg Munn (Sheffield, Heeley, Labour)

To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change when he expects to make a decision on the inclusion of bioliquids in the Renewable Heat Incentive.

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Gregory Barker (The Minister of State, Department of Energy and Climate Change; Bexhill and Battle, Conservative)

As stated in the Renewable Heat Incentive policy document (published in March), we are considering whether to support bioliquids as part of developing the second phase of the scheme. In the light of the later than expected launch of phase one of the Renewable Heat Incentive and of the changes required by the European Commission, we are reviewing the timetable for the introduction of phase two and will confirm the timetable early in 2012.

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