DECC have just announced the tariffs for the Non Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, which will be effective from 1st July 2016.
Small biomass, continuing to be hit by the degressions, will be decreasing by 10%.
Biogas, however, has been subject to a 15% reduction across all categories (Biomethane injection and biogas combustion). Biogas combustion is currently 3 times over its budget allocation and will continue to be reduced in further quarters.
Medium size biomass, and all other technologies, have not had any change to their tariffs.