Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive schemes help your renewable heating costs with money for landlords and homeowners through the RHI scheme in the United Kingdom.
The types of heating products which you can claim for include;
The seven year payments are based on the amount of renewable heat which is produced made by your heating system.
The money is paid through the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme.
You may be entitled if you live in England, Scotland, or Wales but the regulations state that you must either;
Despite new build properties not normally being eligible for the scheme, there is an exception if you are building your own home. There is also a scheme to help with installing renewable heating for Northern Ireland.
Use the Domestic RHI payment calculator to find out how much you could get if you install renewable heat technology (e.g. a ground source heat pump or biomass boiler) if your home is in England, Scotland, or Wales. You need to apply online for the scheme and there is a different scheme for Northern Ireland.
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The Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) householder voucher scheme closed on 31 March 2014. Instead, homeowners can now apply for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI). A separate scheme exists for businesses, the public sector, and non-profit organizations. If you applied under RHPP you can still apply for help through the new RHI scheme. Your RHPP funding will be deducted from any RHI payments as you cannot get a double subsidy.
Renewable Heat Incentive; UK Rules Updated 2017