Ofgem have published the adjusted RHI payments in line with inflation on 1 April 2012, click on the download button below to view a table of the current RHI tariffs adjusted by the annual RPI rate of 3.1% ands well as the tariffs prior to the adjustment.
The RHI is available for non-domestic applications, including district heating schemes.
The Government intend to extend the RHI scheme to include domestic schemes, and promise details in the summer of 2013, however implementation of the scheme has again been delayed until Spring 2014, with no fixed dates provided for the ‘detail’ promised or the implementation. The premium Payment scheme is extended to March 2014 to provide upfront payments for domestic schemes in the interim.
The Government plans to launch a consultation to review the RHI tariffs imminently and publish the results of the review in the autumn for implementation in Spring 2014. Some of the tariffs will be reviewed down and some up, a summary of the intentions is available on the DECC website (https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/increasing-the-use-of-low-carbon-technologies/supporting-pages/renewable-heat-incentive-rhi); there is a potential that the tariffs for large scale biomass and ground source heat pumps could be increased.
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