The scheme will see people who generate renewable energy get paid for exporting any excess to the grid.
"It's beyond belief" the government isn't working faster to finalise the Micro-Generation Support Scheme, according to a midlands TD.
Launched last December, the scheme will see homeowners, farmers and business-people who generate renewable energy get paid for exporting any excess into the national grid.
An official start date for the scheme has yet to be announced.
Independent Laois-Offaly TD Carol Nolan thinks it should be operational by now, especially in the context of the fuel crisis: