A big incentive

April 2009
Utility Week;4/24/2009, p15
Trade Publication
The article looks at how utilities can make the most of the opportunities presented by the Renewable Heat Incentive in Europe. The initiative will likely provide revenue support based on the commercial maturity of the renewable heat technology in use. The logistical and technical challenges to overcome with the use of this renewable heat resource are also noted.


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