The non-domestic RHI is vital for meeting green targets – says REHAU

The 12-month extension of the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will be vital to ensuring all future building projects meet sustainability targets – says REHAU. Originally set to finish at the end of March 2021, applicants to the scheme will now be able to apply for grants until 31 March 2022, which comes as a […]

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How to link ground source heat pumps in a cascaded system to satisfy heat demand

Commercial premises typically need large volumes of heating and hot water. Paul Dennison – Sales Manager for Kensa Heat Pumps – explains how linking a number of ground source heat pumps together in a cascaded system architecture can satisfy this high heat demand – and qualify for the Non-Domestic RHI. Many installers will have come […]

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REHAU welcomes proposed changes to RHI

REHAU has welcomed proposed changes to the Renewable Heating Incentive (RHI) regulations, which will see higher, guaranteed tariffs for domestic and commercial projects opting to use renewable heat solutions. The tariff changes were laid before Parliament in February as part of number of proposed amends to the domestic and non-domestic RHI schemes, which ministers hope […]

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RHI reforms – What they mean for Ground Source Heat Pump installers

The long-awaited reforms to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) regulations have successfully passed through Parliament and came into effect on 22 May 2018. Kensa Heat Pump have summarised what the reforms mean for ground source heat pump installers and system owners. Impacting both the Domestic and Non Domestic RHI schemes, the reforms redress payment eligibility and […]

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New Government report agrees with OFTEC and concludes the RHI has been a failure

A damning new report on the effectiveness of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) agrees with OFTEC’s long held concerns about the carbon reduction initiative. The authoritative study, released last week by the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC), found the scheme failed to meet its objectives or provide value for the £23 billion expected […]

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