Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)

Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and how it works…

The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat. Switching to heating systems that use eligible energy sources can help the UK reduce its carbon emissions and meet its renewable energy targets.

People who join the scheme will receive quarterly payments for seven years for the amount of clean, green renewable heat it’s estimated their system produces.

Since opening in April 2014, the scheme has already seen thousands of people successfully join and receive payments.

We are currently in a “tariff transition” phase where by installs at present will go in at the current rate however once the new rate comes into force they will automatically rise accordingly. Current tariffs can be found in the table below

* these tariffs will be adjusted in line with Consumer Price Index

** these tariffs were adjusted in line with CConsumer Price Index

The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive

We cover all areas below.

Acaster, Malbis, Acklam, Appleton, Wiske, Bagby, Barlow, Binsoe, Burn, Burn, Selby, Carlton, Carlton, Moor, Catterick, Church, Fenton, Clifton, Copmanthorpe, Croft, Dalton, Dishforth, Dotterel, Dunkeswick, Dunsley, East, Heslerton, East, Moor, Elvington, Fadmoor, Felixkirk, Filey, Sands, Gilling, Husthwaite, Keepers, Cottage, Kettleness, Kirkbymoorside, Kirkleatham, Knavesmire, Leeming, Linton, On, Ouse, Marske, Marston, Moor, Menthorpe, Gate, Middleton, St, George, Murton, Nunthorpe, Pickering, Plainville, Redcar, Riccall, Sandy, Flats, Scalby, Mills, Scorton, Sherburn, In, Elmet, Shipton, Skipton, On, Swale, South, Otterington, Sutton, Bank, Thirsk, Tholthorpe, Thornaby, Topcliffe, Welburn, West, Ayton, Wombleton, Yearby, York. and much more