In response to the recent consultation on the Green Gas Support Scheme (GGSS), government has announced that the scheme has now been extended to 31 March 2028 from its original date of 30 November 2025. It is hoped that this will provide prospective applicants sufficient time to apply for and commission on the scheme before it closes.
The Green Gas Support Scheme is a government environmental scheme designed to support the deployment of new anaerobic digestion (AD) biomethane plants to increase the proportion of green gas in the gas grid.
There are three stages to the application process:
- Stage 1: Make an initial application via Ofgem's Green Gas Support Scheme Portal. If successful, you'll be awarded a Provisional Tariff Guarantee Notice (PTGN).
- Stage 2: Submit financial close information. If successful, you are awarded a Tariff Guarantee (TG).
- Stage 3: Submit a full application. This can only be made once you have injected gas to the grid and are fully commissioned. If approved, you are entitled to claim GGSS support.
How NFU Energy can help
Here at NFU Energy we can assist businesses with submitting applications to the GGSS and ensuring ongoing compliance through various services and expertise. To date, NFU Energy’s application on behalf of one of our clients has been the only application to have had full approval by Ofgem and now benefitting from the support.
If you’re considering implementing an AD plant, we can help. From assessing the feasibility of implementing green gas projects and evaluating the potential returns on investment, to providing expert guidance on the GGSS application, ongoing technical assistance and compliance support, we’ve got you covered. Give the team a call on 024 7669 6512 or email [email protected]