Renewable Heat Incentive UK roadshow rolls into Scotland tomorrow

Home Energy Scotland campaignThe Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) team are holding a series of roadshows to explain how renewable heat could be the smarter way to stay warm this winter.

The domestic Renewable Heat Incentive is the world’s first long-term financial support programme for renewable heat, offering homeowners payments to offset the cost of installing low carbon systems in their properties.

The scheme is open to everyone – home owners, social and private landlords, and people who build their own homes. It is available to households both on and off the gas grid.

The scheme pays people for the heat they generate for their homes. It is open to everyone – home owners, social and private landlords, and people who build their own homes. It is available to households both on and off the gas grid..

Along with a number of events in England, the RHI roadshow rolls into the Ingliston showground near Edinburgh this weekend (25-26 October)

The domestic RHI was launched in April this year and is the first scheme of its kind in the world, aimed at helping people to install renewable heating systems, so they can have warmer homes, lower fuel bills while reducing their emissions.

For more information about the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, to book a Green Deal Assessment or to receive free and impartial advice:

Home Energy Scotland on 0808 808 2282

Energy Saving Advice Service on 0300 123 1234 (England and Wales).

 

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