Webinar 25: Outlining the Proposed Renewable Heat Obligation Scheme – The role of Bioenergy

The Department of Environment Climate and Communications have published a consultation on the proposed Renewable Heat Obligation Scheme (RHOS) to support the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. This webinar will outline the main proposals within the proposed scheme and the role of bioenergy in meeting the obligation. The RHOS will mandate heating fuel suppliers to include a portion of renewable fuels in the fuel mix, starting at 0.5% and moving to 3% by 2030. Renewable fuel suppliers will be able to sell fuel or certificates to the fossil fuel suppliers – thus incentivising renewable heating. We anticipate that the RHOS will operate in a similar way to the Biofuel Obligation Scheme which has been operating for over 10 years. IrBEA will outline the proposed framework detailed in the current public consultation and how this may impact the market and consumers.

Speakers
Noel Gavigan IrBEA Technical Director

Seán Finan IrBEA CEO (Chair)

Webinar Details
You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Sep 15, 2021 09:30 AM Dublin
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