The department published on Wednesday 9 November details of the next contracts for difference (CfD) round, confirming the application process will open in April 2017, with £290mn of annual support available for less established technologies.
The allocation round will include: offshore wind, advanced conversion technologies, anaerobic digestion (>5W), dedicated biomass with combined heat and power (CHP), and wave, tidal stream and geothermal projects starting to generate from 2021-22 or 2022-23. Business and energy secretary Greg Clark said: “We’re sending a clear signal that Britain is one of the best places in the world to invest in clean, flexible energy.”
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