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Heat Pumps - How to Apply for Domestic RHI

13 August 2014Air Source Heat PumpGround Source Heat Pump

As your renewable heating system installer, we'll take care of everything necessary to get your heating system installed and operating, as well as having the system certified under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).

You will then need to apply for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI) to start receiving the quarterly payments that are available  under the scheme.

Applying for the Scheme

Applications for the Domestic RHI are made via the Ofgem website address https://domesticrhi.ofgem.gov.uk/apply.

To complete the application form you will need the following:

  • Green Deal Advice (GDA) Report Number
  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
  • MCS Certificate

If you don't have a GDA and EPC, we can arrange this for you.  Please see http://www.brightgreenrenewables.co.uk/epc-gda.aspx for more information.

Please note that you may be required to produce further evidence during your application depending upon your circumstances.

You will also need to answer basic questions about yourself, your heating system and your property, including bank account details for receiving the RHI payments.

If no extra information is required , you will receive immediate confirmation of the success of your  application.

You will then have access to 'MyRHI'; a secure online system for viewing your application details, including a schedule of the payments you will receive.

Further information can be obtained from:

  • Domestic RHI website: www.ofgem.gov.uk/domestic-rhi.
  • Guide material: www.ofgem.gov.uk/domestic-rhi/guides
  • Energy Saving Advice Service: 0300 123 1234

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