Renewable Heat Incentive

Part of Energy and Climate Change – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 12th May 2016.

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Photo of Amber Rudd Amber Rudd The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change 12:00 am, 12th May 2016

It is more about the number of houses or businesses that we support for the renewable heat incentive and not always about the pure cost. It is not necessarily about the league table of costs, but rather about the outcomes that we get. We are consulting on the renewable heat incentive and looking at that in order to ensure that we deliver the best value for the taxpayer. I am committed to making sure that we use the money in the most cost-effective way.