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Solar thermal and the RHI: find out the latest at SPUK 2012

Posted by Cathy Debenham on 14 September 2012 at 11:02 am

Solar thermal installers who want to know more about the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) can get the latest updates straight from the horse's mouth at Solar Power UK on 2 October.

Announcements of two consultations on the RHI - one on the domestic scheme, and the other on changes to the non-domestic scheme are expected in the next couple of weeks. DECC officials will be speaking at the SPUK seminar, and answering your questions.

Also speaking are solar thermal companies that have cut their teeth on the non-domestic test phase of the RHI.

Solar Power is offering some great discounts if you book early. MCS-accredited installers that book in advance can attend seminars free of change (saving £50+ VAT per session!). Enter the following code when you book:

UK Installer Code: INSMCSF3

If you're not an MCS accredited installer, we have negotiated a YouGen discount of 20% off all the seminars for all our other readers.

YouGen reader code: YOUGENF20

Click on the link to book now: The heat is on - what next for solar thermal and the RHI at Solar Power UK. The seminar will cover the following:

·       The low-down on the Renewable Heat Incentive by DECC

·       Grants, incentive and deals – what is driving the solar thermal market

·       Technology innovations and how to maximise your installations output
·       Your solar thermal best practise guide
·       RHI and the market test - making it work in the real world – A Case Study

Speakers Include:

Patrick Allcorn, Head of Scheme Design, RHI, DECC
Stuart Elmes, Chair of Solar Thermal Committee, STA and CEO of Viridian Solar
Jan Stasik, Technical Manager, Wagner Solar 
Sam Waxman, Director, Waxman Renewables
Adrian Taffinder, Managing Director CEO, Photon Utilities

Click here to book your ticket (remember to use the relevant discount code above).

YouGen is a media partner of Solar Power UK 2012. Cathy is speaking in the PV hall on Wednesday morning.

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