Our Miscanthus crops are used as a substitute for fossil fuels, so they can contribute to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and help to combat climate change. The scheme, part of the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE), is funded by the European Union, through the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development. The RDPE was agreed by the European Commission on 6 December 2007.
Miscanthus was eligible for up to 50% of eligible costs to farmers, which has now ended and Natural England is currently re-evaluating its policyregarding grants to farmers in England for the establishment of Miscanthus and short rotation coppice. SEIL Team Member, Mike Cooper can help you with your RHI Application - call him on 07860 899 485.