The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive

Earn money-back every year over 20 years.

The Non-Domestic RHI aims to encourage the uptake of renewable heat technologies in non-domestic properties by compensating for higher capital costs and in some cases higher operational expenditure for these technologies compared to those using traditional fossil fuels.

The heat generated from these renewable heat technologies must be used for space, water or process heating to be eligible for RHI support and participants in the scheme will be required to meet a number of on-going obligations, including maintaining equipment, providing information to Ofgem (which administered the scheme) and allowing installations to be inspected.


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So how does it work?

The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Application Process

  1. Set up RHI profile on the Ofgem website (add link)
  2. Submit application to Ofgem online
  3. Ofgem accredits install if all eligibility criteria is met
  4. Meter readings are submitted periodically

For up to date tariff information please visit the Ofgem website


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