|Policy Type:||Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Grants and subsidies, Policy Support>Strategic planning, Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D)>Research programme >Technology development|
|Agency:||Department of Energy and Climate Change|
|Funding:||2006: GBP 78.5 million|
|Evaluation:||Progress report published June 2008;|
In 2005, the UK Department of Trade and Industry commissioned an independent report: "Potential for Microgeneration Study and Analysis to scope the feasibility of the implementing policy using various generation technologies and estimate market development out to 2050".
On 28 March 2006, the Government launched its Microgeneration Strategy, aiming to create conditions under which microgeneration becomes a realistic alternative or supplementary energy generation source for the householder, communities and small businesses.
The government provides grant funding for installation of microgeneration technologies under the Low Carbon Buildings Programme (LCBP). This replaces Clear Skies and the Major PV Demonstration Programme and is currently structured in two phases:
The UK government has completed the majority of actions under the Microgeneration Strategy and reported on its implementation in June 2008. 21 out of 25 actions have been completed, three have been superseded by other activities and one has not been completed. It does not represent a picture of current government policy.
|Related policies:||Low Carbon Buildings Programme|
In order to download full version of the Microgeneration Strategy please, click here.
In order to download full version of the 2008 Progress Report on Microgeneration Strategy please, click here.
Last modified: Wed, 05 Nov 2014 11:53:53 CET