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Last edited 10 May 2021
Non-domestic renewable heat incentive, Guidance Volume 2: Ongoing obligations and payments, published by Ofgem in March 2021, states: ‘The RHI Regulations define a replacement plant as “a plant which is installed in place of an original plant and uses the same source of energy and technology as the original plant”. A replacement plant must meet this definition in order to be considered a replacement plant in line with the RHI Regulations.’
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