Call for evidence on RHI third-party funding

DECC is investigating whether to overhaul the financing model of the RHI scheme, in a bid to boost uptake and help the UK meet its 2020 renewables target

Biomass boilers make up 95% of installations under the RHI (Photo:aleksanderdn_123RF)DECC has launched a call for evidence as it decides whether or not to allow third-party ownership into the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

The scheme, which launched in April 2014, encourages homeowners to install renewable heating systems by paying them a subsidy for the heat generated. Payments must be made to the owner of the renewable heating system, who must also be the homeowner or occupier.

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