Domestic RHI Explained

TARIFF UPDATE

The Domestic RHI Biomass tariff will reduce to 5.14p per kwh on 01 Jan 16. This video has been updated with the new rate.

A short animated video offering a clear and concise overview of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive and the heating technologies it applies to.

This video has been approved by the Renewable Energy Association (REA)

Duration:03:14

Sound:UK English Voiceover

Updated:01/01/16

 

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