An Irish scheme to support the generation of heat from biomass and anaerobic digestion was approved by the European Commission on 15 April.
The scheme is open to a wide range of heat users, namely commercial, industrial, agricultural, district heating and other non-domestic heat users, the Commission said, adding that beneficiaries will receive operating aid in the form of a payment for the useful renewable heat generated over 15 years.
The Commission said the EC assessed the measure under...
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