This first phase of the RHI is designed to tackle the UK’s largest heat users – the industrial, business and public sector – which contribute 38 percent of the UK’s carbon emissions.
Support for domestic istallations will be rolled out during the second phase of the RHI. This start date is yet to be confirmed.
The scheme will see solar thermal installs receive 8.5p/kWh, biomass boilers receive 7.9p/kWh and heat pump installations receive 4.5p/kWh.
Ofgem will be responsible for administrating the RHI scheme and handling all applications for potential participants.
Full details of the RHI scheme can be found on the DECC website.
Friday 25 November 2011, 2pm until 5pm at St Ives Green House, 1 St Audrey Lane, St Ives, PE27 3TB
The District Council is offering a FREE Fuel Poverty Advice and Information event for voluntary organisations and health/housing professionals.
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