Wales continues to trundle along with its trend in terms of ‘per capita’ renewable heat as a proportion of the British total, according to the latest DECC Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) statistics.
Back in November 2012, Wales accounted for 11% of all accredited renewable heat installations in Wales, Scotland and England. Since then the figure has dipped to 6%.
David Clubb, Director of RenewableUK Cymru commented:
“It’s a shame that our early status as pace-setters has slipped somewhat, and I look forward to highlighting the great benefits of renewable heat to our colleagues in Welsh Government and in local authorities across Wales so that we can claim more of the environmental and economic opportunities of the sector”.
Statistics are available here.