The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a new Government environmental programme designed to increase the uptake of renewable heat technologies by providing incentive payments to eligible generators of renewable heat for commercial and industrial sectors.
This will contribute towards the Government's target (as set under the 2009 EU Renewable Energy Directive ) of 15% of total UK energy consumption being generated from renewable sources by 2020.
The Government is honouring the previous commitment that installations installed and first commissioned on or after the 15th July 2009 will be eligible for support once support is introduced, providing they meet the final eligibility criteria.
Currently only boilers are included in the scheme, and the size kWth will determine the Tier bracket.
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