Woodsure Useful Links

The websites listed below provide valuable additional information and resources about biomass and woodfuel energy. These external website links open in a new tab or browser.

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HETAS – The official body recognised by Government to approve biomass and solid fuel domestic heating appliances, fuels and services including the registration of competent installers and servicing businesses.

>> Click here to visit the HETAS website.

Biomass Supplier List logo
BIOMASS SUPPLIER LIST – From Spring 2015 all biomass fuel used by households, businesses and other organisations claiming the RHI must meet lifecycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions targets. On this site, Producers and Traders of authorised fuels, as well as Self-Suppliers of woody biomass, can apply to register their fuels as meeting that criterion. In due course this information will become available as a public register of RHI-approved woodfuel suppliers.

>> Click here to visit the Biomass Supplier List website.

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GROWN IN BRITAIN – brings together environmentalists and woodland owners, contractors, builders and retailers who want to buy, use and sell more British timber and wood-based products, together with woodland managers, public and private agencies who want to see many more of our woods managed to produce sustainable and legal sources of wood.

>> Click here to visit the Grown in Britain website.

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OFGEM RHI GUIDE – Ofgem’s guide to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) provides essential information about the scheme, encompassing FAQs, guides and videos, tariffs and payments. A comprehensive information resource that covers matters such as selecting suitable equipment and installers, eligibility criteria, together with making an application for RHI.

>> Click here to visit the Ofgem RHI website.

DECC Policy Bulletin
DECC POLICY BULLETIN – UK government policy guidelines from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) about increasing the use of low-carbon technologies in energy generation. This links to the section that specifically concerns the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

>> Click here to visit the DECC website.