Pixie Chart of the week | Non-domestic RHI average capacity continues to grow

In this week’s Pixie Chart of the week, we examine the latest data from the Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), published by BEIS. It highlights a continuing decline in the number of installations made under the scheme, but alongside this a continued rise in average capacity. The latest quarter (January to March 2019) recorded the second-highest capacity per installation in the history of the scheme, at 0.88MW per installation, second only to the 1.01MW per installation reported in September 2018. 

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