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Non-Domestic RHI

Renewable Heat Incentive for Commercial Ground Source Heat Pumps

The RHI is a Government scheme designed to reward businesses that use carbon-neutral fuel sources including Ground Source Heat Pumps for heating and hot water. Payments are calculated based on the amount of heat you use. Typically the cost of installing a Ground Source Heat Pump is paid off by the incentive in less than five years with returns averaging 20% p.a. for 20 years.

Commercial Ground Source Heat Pump running costs and income

Annual subsidy income
Annual cost of fuel
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£5,434
-£4,872-£4,497-£3,598-£1,688
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Costs and incomes are based on a 700 square meter property heated to 21° for 260 days a year using an existing boiler that is 80% efficient.

How the Renewable Heat Incentive is calculated

Your Ground Source Heat Pump output will be metered and your RHI payments are rewarded based upon the amount of heat you use. For the first 1,314 run hours of heat your system produces you are paid at the tier one rate. Over 1,314 run hours you are paid at the tier two rate.

SizeTier 1Tier 2
All sizes8.95p /kWh2.67p / kWh

How to claim the Renewable Heat Incentive

  • EnergyMyWay consultants carry out a free site survey and provide detailed recommendations
  • If you are happy with the numbers, your Ground Source Heat Pump is installed by our accredited team
  • As part of the commissioning process, we help you complete your RHI application
  • You will receive RHI payments, guaranteed for 20 years, index-linked

Does your business qualify for the Renewable Heat Incentive?

For a commercial property to qualify for the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, your business must be registered at the address of the property and you must be paying business rates. Domestic schemes can also qualify for the Non-Domestic RHI if the heat pump is used to heat two or more domestic properties from one heat source. For domestic heat pumps, heating just one property, please refer to the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive.