Generate Revenue With Renewable Energy Using the RHI

The UK Government is driving major changes to the energy industry and is committed to generating 15% of UK energy from renewable sources by 2020. Financial incentives are seen as an important tool to help drive the uptake of renewable technology.

What is the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)?

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a quarterly payment for combustion of carbon-neutral fuels – in effect subsidising you to use renewable sources of energy and is available to both commercial and domestic users. In most cases RHI should cover fuel and in some cases the installation costs.

RHI is administered and regulated by Ofgem and its latest annual report shows over £36 million of payments for 2,500 installations in financial year 2013/14.

Our experts will guide you through the application process.

Renewable heat incentive funding in Scotland

Why Choose an RHI?

  • You are eligible to receive payments from day one
  • Payments are made quarterly and should cover the cost of installation
  • Payments can help with cashflow and enhance business profits
  • The scheme is Government guaranteed
  • The scheme is regulated by Ofgem
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