The Department of Energy and Climate Change are about to hold a series of events across Britain, giving businesses, installers, and consumers’ information about how they can benefit from the RHI, and how the scheme works in conjunction with the Green Deal.
With the recent launch of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, any building in Britain can now potentially benefit from renewable technologies including biomass boilers, solar PV, and ground source heat pumps. Recipients of the Domestic RHI will receive quarterly payments for seven years, the amount depending upon the amount of clean energy that their system generates. The Domestic RHI is open to homeowners, private and social landlords, third party owners of heating systems, and people who build their own homes.
The DECC’s RHI roadshow will be attending the Greenbuild Expo held at Manchester Central on the 8th and 8th of May. The 2014 Greenbuild Expo promises to be bigger than ever this year, and will have an extensive conference programme with over 100 seminars, offering something to all visitors. As well as the RHI, the conference programme will also focus on the Green Deal, smart buildings, renewable energy, flooding, and sustainable cities.