ECO is the government’s domestic energy efficiency programme. It works alongside the Green Deal and provides, among other measures, insulation and heating packages to low income and vulnerable households.
The Domestic RHI is a government financial incentive to encourage a switch to renewable heating systems. It’s a way to help the UK reduce carbon emissions and is for households both off and on the gas grid.
The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government environmental programme that provides financial incentives to increase the uptake of renewable heat.
The Climate Change Levy (CCL) is a tax on UK business energy use (electricity, gas, liquid petroleum gas and solid fuel) charged at the time of supply.
The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme is a government programme designed to promote the uptake of a range of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies.
The REGO scheme exists to promote and increase the contribution of renewable energy sources to electricity production across the EU.
The Renewables Obligation (RO) is the main support mechanism for renewable electricity projects in the UK.
The NFFO and SRO schemes are no longer open to new generators, but existing contracts will continue until the last of them expires in 2019.
The Warm Home Discount (WHD) scheme came into operation on 1 April 2011 and requires domestic energy suppliers to provide approximately £1.13 billion of direct and indirect support arrangements to fuel poor customers over four years.