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The Non-Domestic RHI provides financial support for renewable heat technologies for 20 years. We make payments on a quarterly basis. As long as you’ve correctly sent us the information we require, we aim to pay you within 30 working days from the time we receive it.

Once you’re accredited, a tariff level will be assigned to your installation based on its technology (eg biomass, heat pump, solar) and size. Payments will be made based on the actual heat output of the installation. They begin to accrue from the date of accreditation of the installation.

Tariff rates are set by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). 

 

What is it?

The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government environmental programme that provides financial incentives to increase the uptake of renewable heat by businesses, the public sector and non-profit organisations.

Eligible installations receive quarterly payments over 20 years based on the amount of heat generated. The scheme covers England, Scotland, and Wales. There is a separate scheme for Northern Ireland. The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment suspended the Northern Ireland RHI Scheme to new applicants from 29 February 2016

Who’s it for?

Businesses, public sector and non-profit organisations can apply if equipment was installed in England, Scotland or Wales on or after 15 July 2009 (or later in some cases). Your installation must meet certain requirements. There is further information about the Northern Ireland scheme.

Latest tariff announcement : JULY 2018

No degression: July 2018

BEIS has announced on 31 May that there will be no degression on 1 July 2018.

* It is your own responsibility to ensure that all requirement are met to claim the RHI , Woodfields Energy can advise but we accept no liability for your claim , The RHI is a government backed scheme and subject to change at any time , which is out of Woodfields control.