The Domestic RHI

The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) was a government fund that paid heat pump owners a tax-free quarterly income over seven years based on the amount of renewable energy the ground source heat pump delivered.

The Domestic RHI closed 31st March 2022

Applications for the Domestic RHI closed on 31st March 2022.¹ Commencing from April 2022 its successor, the Boiler Upgrade Scheme, will provide £6,000 upfront for a ground source heat pump installation.

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