The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (NDRHI) in Great Britain closed to new applicants at the end of midnight on 31 March 2021. The Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has consulted on changes and published decisions in their government response documents which are available on the BEIS website.
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government scheme designed to increase the use of renewable energy to generate heat for UK properties.
The Non-domestic RHI is open to industry, businesses and public sector organisations. The scheme is designed to incentivise businesses by generating a healthy return on an investment in renewable heating technology.
- Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive ? Biomass Boilers
- Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive ? Ground Source Heat Pumps
- Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive ? Air Source Heat Pumps
Table of Non Domestic RHI rates for renewable heating technologies
Your renewable heating output will be metered and your RHI payments are split into two tiers. For the first 1,314 of run hours your system produces you are paid at the tier one rate. Over 1,314 run hours you are paid at the tier two rate.
|Technology Type||Tier 1||Tier 2|
|Small Biomass |
|Medium Biomass |
Between 200 & 1000kW