The Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme RHI and how Dyfi Fire can help...

Finn has been fully engaged with the RHI scheme since it's conception and is more than happy to advise on any aspect of work undertaken through the Microgeneration Certification Scheme, we are experienced subcontract installers for log and pellet boilers, ground and air source heat pumps and solar thermal systems.

Some Basic RHI facts
The Renewable Heat Incentive launched 9th April 2014
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a grant scheme targeted at renewable heating systems, essentially to make your home greener and environmentally friendly and stop using fossil fuels. Biomass boilers, solar thermal, ground, water-source and air source heat pumps.The RHI is centrally funded and payments are made by OFGEM on a quarterly basis.
Unlike the Non-domestic RHI the customer applies for the payments and therefore it is important to be clear of all the facts.

Advise about the RHI
Fact sheet
Product eligibility list
Finding a Green Deal Assessor
Frequently asked questions
Commercial RHI
The Hetas website also has a great clear brochure;
Hetas guide
Apply for the RHI
The current Domestic tariff rate is 10.98 pence from the 1st January 2015 to 31st March 2015. Any tariff degressions will be announced on the 1st March 2015, which are very likely.
Domestic RHI degression
Further details can be found at OFGEM