The Heat Pump Association (HPA) says it is delighted with the announcement this morning (9 April) from DECC that the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is now a reality.
From today applications can be made to receive significant funding for the installation of renewable heating systems in the domestic sector. Over the next year eligible legacy installations dating as far back as 15 July 2009 will also be able to enter the scheme.
HPA president Tony Bowen said: “This innovative policy represents years of work from DECC and many organisations such as the HPA and is a credit to all those involved. The Domestic RHI will make renewable heating systems such as heat pumps even more attractive than they already are.”
He added: “We look forward to confirmation of the second stage of the Non –Domestic RHI shortly.”
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