As one of the key organisations in the renewable energy industry we have been notified by the Renewable Energy Association (REA) that The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has withdrawn the non-domestic RHI regulations from parliament due to some technical drafting issues. They will re-lay the revised non-domestic regulations as soon as possible after the Easter break, which ends 18th April 2017. This will affect when the new regulations come into force, and it usually takes 6-8 weeks to pass this type of regulation through Parliament. Implementation of the new regulations and tariffs could, therefore, be around the end of May to mid-June, however this is down to Parliamentary schedule.*
In simple words this means that current non domestic tariff rate will remain at 5.24pkWh for >200kW biomass, 8.95pkWh for GSHP and 2.57pkWh for ASHP until June. These current tariffs provide a healthy return on investment for those looking to future proof their energy costs. So now is the time for commercial customers to get in touch to make the most of the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive tariffs before they are likely to be reduced.
Innasol products that are all eligible to claim for non-domestic RHI:
- ETA biomass boilers – log wood, pellet and wood chip boilers
- IDM heat pumps – air source and ground source heat pumps
- Innasol heat pods – housing an ETA biomass boiler and fuel store
If you would like to take advantage of the tariff please contact us now to be put in touch with one of our certified partners, UK wide.
Here are a breakdown of the current non- domestic RHI tariffs available until June.
NON – DOMESTIC BIOMASS
NON – DOMESTIC GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP
NON – DOMESTIC AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP
*Source: Frank Aaskov, REA Policy Analyst.