The Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive RHI scheme offers a guaranteed RHI payment every quarter for 7 or 20 years. When you add this together with the significant energy bill savings ground source heat pumps offer, you can really save money with a Kensa ground source heat pumps as they are a long-term low cost high return investment.
What is the RHI scheme?
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI scheme) is a Government scheme open until 2021 that provides a guaranteed payment for 7 or 20 years to owners of renewable heating systems, including ground source heat pumps.
Under the Domestic RHI you receive a guaranteed quarterly income for 7 years, under the Non Domestic RHI you get payments for 20 years. The Non Domestic stream can be accessed by those with multiple domestic dwellings as well as commercial properties, so do not be put off by the term ‘Non Domestic’.
Use our simple-to-use ground source heat pump cost and RHI calculator tool to establish the likely RHI payments you will receive through the Domestic RHI scheme, plus find out the approximate size and price of the Kensa ground source heat pump system recommended for your property.
How much does a ground source heat pump cost? To help you understand how much it costs to install a ground source heat pump, and what RHI payments you could receive, Kensa has put together the following examples. You can also use this resource to identify the best ground source heat pump system architecture for your…
What are RHI payments based on? The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) pays you for the renewable heat your ground source heat pump produces. With a ground source heat pump producing up to three times more energy than it consumes, the income you can receive through the RHI tariff can be very rewarding. How much RHI…