RHI At Its Highest Level

Lower Heating Bills

The Renewable Heat Incentive in the UK has seen it at its highest level as of 2019 so there is no better time to invest in a more environmentally friendly heating system for your property. It’s easy to apply for and easy to set up a payment plan to manage the costs and most people find that including the RHI quarterly payments and the savings made getting rid of other fuel types can often be a profitable project over the 7 years.

Money back with RHI

RHI Payments…

Unlike the solar panel scheme that was rolled out in the UK where you got payments based on how much energy the systems produced, the RHI payments are paid in full quarterly whether the system is being used at a high rate or low. The incentive payments are made to encourage more and more homeowners to switch to renewable energy systems helping to lower their carbon footprint. Used alongside solar panelling an Air Source Heat Pump is one of the most efficient heating systems available today.

Renewable energy is the future…

Using renewable energy to heat your home is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and help the environment as well as future proof your property. You can also save up to 70% on your heating bills which is a great saving we could all use right now. With the RHI the government are helping homeowners to install renewable energy systems in their homes as well as energy suppliers switching to energy-efficient and eco-friendly, renewable sources from wind and solar. It’s your chance to do your part and lower your carbon footprint and effect on the planet.

To see if you qualify, check out the FAQ section that should answer a few of the basic questions.

The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) closed to new applications on 31 March 2022.

The information on this page is intended for reference only. If you have already successfully applied for an eligible installed system you are unaffected by the scheme’s closure.

The replacement grant is the Boiler Upgrade Scheme which you can read more about here.