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The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

RHI is administered and paid by OFGEM.

Currently the RHI is only available for non-domestic installations; the domestic RHI is due to be introduced in 2014. Before then, domestic property owners may be eligible for a one-off grant, the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP). Applicants will then be able to receive the domestic RHI payments once it has been introduced, which is currently expected to be summer 2014.

Non Domestic

Who is classified as non-domestic?

A non domestic application is one

The latest rates and details of the scheme can be seen at https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/environmental-programmes/non-domestic-renewable-heat-incentive-rhi

You can also look at some typical finance illustrations for our systems here

We have an in house application department and will handle the whole process on your behalf. More details of the scheme can be viewed at https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/environmental-programmes/non-domestic-renewable-heat-incentive-rhi

 

Domestic

The domestic RHI is due to be launched Spring/summer 2014. Pending its launch, more details can be seen on the OFGEM website

https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/environmental-programmes/domestic-renewable-heat-incentive-domestic-rhi

You can also look at some typical finance illustrations for our systems here

We have an in house application department and will handle the whole process on your behalf.

Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP)

How much money could I receive from the RHPP?

The grant is set at approximately 20% of the installation cost of the technology.

The new rates are as follows:
Air source heat pumps £1,300
Ground source or water source heat pumps £2,300
Biomass boilers £2,000
Solar thermal £600
When is the RHPP due to close?

The RHPP is planned to close on 31 March 2014. Any vouchers issued before this must be used by this date if they do not expire before.

 

The Feed-In Tariff (FiTs)

If you install an electricity-generating technology from a renewable or low-carbon source such as solar PV, the UK government's Feed-In Tariff scheme (FIT) could mean that you receive money from your energy supplier. The scheme is regulated by OFGEM, although the payments to you will come from your energy supplier.

You can be paid for the electricity you generate, even if you use it yourself, and for any surplus electricity you export to the grid. And of course you'll also save money on your electricity bill, because you'll be using your own electricity.

How does the scheme work?

The Feed-In Tariff (FIT) scheme pays for each kWh of electricity generated through solar PV panels, wind or water turbines, anaerobic digestion or micro-combined heat and power (micro-CHP).

Full details of the scheme, and the latest rates can be seen on the OFGEM website https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/environmental-programmes/feed-tariff-fit-scheme

You can also look at some typical finance illustrations for our systems here

We have an in house application department and will handle the whole process on your behalf.

Green Deal

The Green Deal is an innovative financing mechanism that lets people pay for some of the cost of energy-efficiency improvements through savings on their energy bills.

Green Deal was launched in January 2013 and applies to both the domestic and non-domestic sector. It replaces current policies such as the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT) and the Community Energy Saving Programme (CESP)

Full details of the scheme can be seen at http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/Take-action/Find-a-grant/Green-Deal-and-ECO

 

Renewables Obligation (ROCs)

The Renewables Obligation (RO) is the main support mechanism for renewable electricity projects in the UK.
Full details of the scheme can be seen at https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/environmental-programmes/renewables-obligation-ro

Fuel Savings

In addition to the government incentive payments, a renewable energy heating or electric system offers significant savings against the cost of oil and gas. The savings for typical systems can be seen in the case studies. You can view case studies for different systems here.

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