Jan 6th 2012
Government reveals first successful applicants of the RHI
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) revealed the first two successful applicants for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) on Friday 6 January. The RHI is an innovative new scheme to provide financial support to renewable heating technologies. The first recipient is Sheffield-based umbrella supplier Booth Brothers who will receive subsidies for an underfloor heating system powered by a water-source heat pump. The second is Yorkshire-based Broadgate Farm holiday cottages that will receive heating and hot water powered by a ground-source heat pump. Climate change minister Greg Barker said the RHI will "help the UK shift away from fossil fuels, reducing carbon emissions and encouraging innovation".
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