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Changes to the RHI Scheme

The Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy has just announced some significant changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

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Essential Guide to the Domestic RHI Scheme

Ofgem has produced a factsheet and essential guide for applicants to the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

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Guide to the RHI

Mitsubishi have created a new leaflet to help explain in detail the Government Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for domestic and non-domestic.

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Mitsubishi Ecodan year long trials

Mitsubishi have published the results of a year long study into its Ecodan ASHP (Air Source Heat Pump) in real world trials.

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Existing ASHP's and the new Domestic RHI

More details regarding the new Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive and what qualifies have been announced.

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Domestic RHI details announced

The Government has announced the long awaited, ground-breaking Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. This will be open for applications from Spring 2014.

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Existing ASHP's and the new Domestic RHI

More details regarding the new Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive and what qualifies have been announced.

**UPDATE**
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is now available. To find out more information about the scheme please click on the below;

Essential guide to the Domestic RHI

 

Existing ASHP and other renewable heating systems installed between 15th July 2009 and the launch of the scheme (Spring 2014) will be able to apply for the incentive. This is providing they meet all the eligibility requirements. The requirements are:

  • A Green Deal Assessment (GDA) has been carried out to find out which energy efficient measures are cost-effective for the property.
  • Loft insulation (to 250mm) and cavity wall insulation have been installed where these measures are recommended by the GDA.
  • Where the GDA shows the required loft and cavity wall insulation is yet to be installed, an updated Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is obtained following installation, as proof of installation (or valid evidence is provided proving why installation was not feasible).

The only exception for existing renewable heating systems is:

  • The installation will need to meet the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) standards that applied at the time of installation, rather than current standards.

For a full guide into heating, renewable energy, the RHI shceme and the products available please click here

For more information regarding the RHI and how the legacy payments will be introduced please click on the links below.

RHI Legacy Payments


Or alternatively please contact us on 01323 849955 or at info@aspenrenewables.co.uk.