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The Renewable Heat Incentive is a financial incentive scheme run by DETI designed to increase the uptake of renewable heat and reduce the UK's carbon emissions.
The scheme provides financial support to businesses in Great Britain via a subsidy per kWhth of eligible renewable heat generated from accredited installations.
Ofgem are responsible for administering the scheme. DETI are responsible for the policy and tariff rates.
A non-domestic installation is a renewable heat system that supplies large-scale industrial heating right down to small community heating projects. This includes:
Payments made on a quarterly basis
To apply for accreditation for an installation, you will need to apply online via the Ofgem NIHRI website www.ofgem.gov.uk/NIHRI and send in a separate hard copy form with your organisation's bank account details.
You will need to provide evidence in support of your application that shows the installation company details, date of installation and installation serial number. This could be any one (or a combination) of the following:
THE SUN - AN UNLIMITED ENERGY RESOURCE
Every year the sun provides over 8000 times as much energy as we consume worldwide. A well designed solar thermal system can provide up to 70% of a buildings needs annually.
This is why solar thermal systems are one of the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly renewable energy solutions available - reducing fuel bills and CO2 emissions.
Solar thermal energy enjoys many economic and environmentally advantages over other forms of energy including:
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We provide world-class design consultancy, engineering expertise and comprehensive advice from initial site visit and assessment to detailed design drawings and concepts, delivery and installation support.