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Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme

The Non-Domestic RHI is available to industrial, commercial, public sector and non-profit organisations. You can benefit from this scheme by receiving quarterly payments over a 20-year period if you install eligible heating technologies.

Protect your business against rising fuel costs

If your fuel bills are high or you have oil or electric heating, then you have the most to gain from the Government’s non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme. It encourages businesses to switch to renewable heating systems by paying you a subsidy according to the amount of heat that your new system produces – every quarter for 20 years. It’s the world’s first long term financial support for the generation of renewable heat.

At Plumb-Line, we have extensive experience in installing renewable heating systems and making sure that all the paperwork is in order so that you receive your subsidy.  Call us on 01604 644500 to arrange a survey.

How can the non-domestic RHI benefit your business?
• You receive payments directly for your heating
• You reduce your fuel costs
• You increase your energy security
• You gain a good return on your investment
• You reduce carbon emissions

Who is eligible?
Industrial, commercial, public sector and non-profit organisations can all benefit from this scheme if you install eligible heating technologies. These include:
• Solid biomass
• Ground to water source heat pumps
• Air to water source heat pumps
• Solar thermal collectors (below 200 kWth capacity)

Example of cost savings
Manor House Golf Club in the Cotswolds recently replaced its oil fired central heating with a wood pellet (biomass) system under the RHI scheme. It has estimated that it will save 52% a year on fuel bills and receive £14,000 a year annually from the Renewable Heat Incentive. Click here to read the case study in full.

For the latest details of the tariff for different types of heating technologies go to the Ofgem website

MCS accreditation
To qualify for RHI payments, both your heating system/appliances and your installer need to be certified as MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) approved. Plumb-Line is an MCS-accredited installer and only installs MCS-accredited products under the RHI scheme.

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) is a mark of quality, demonstrating that we install to the highest quality every time. Our MCS registration number is NIC 2028.

Plumb-Line is also a certified Green Deal Assessor Reg. No 00/300.

Next step:
Call us on 01604 644500 to book a survey. We will advise you on the most appropriate heating technology for your business and estimate what you can save.