Homeowners who install eligible renewable heating technology can receive quarterly cash payments over seven years under the Government’s domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. Ground to water heat pumps, air to water heat pumps, certain solar thermal panels, biomass boilers & pellet stoves with integrated boilers can all be eligible, subject to terms and conditions, if they provide space heating and/or hot water for the home. All systems must also be listed on the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Product Eligibiity List.
The RHI scheme has encouraged the uptake of renewable heat technologies by homeowners, communities and businesses alike. IBD has helped many homeowners, commercial organisations and contractors to take advantage of both the domestic and the commercial RHI schemes.
IBD can assist in applications for RHI funding, which is made through the Ofgem website, and can recommend the most appropriate combination of renewable technologies for any project.
March 2016 saw the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announce their intention to make a number of key amendments to the RHI Scheme, including the point that tariffs will be subject to adjustment by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) instead of the Retail Prices Index (RPI), for participants with a tariff start state from 1 April 2016. This tarrif details can be seen in full on the Energy Saving Trust web-site.
IBD is fully abreast of all current tarrif information and in the perfect position not only to ensure you qualify for the RHI scheme, but also that you realize the potential of possible earnings. The company is also a Daikin UK Specialist Renewable Distributor, providing plumbers merchants’ customers, non-MCS accredited installers and regional housebuilders with its full range of renewables,Total MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) services and RHI expertise.