Non-Domestic RHI closure
The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (NDRHI) in Great Britain closed to new applicants on 31 March 2021. There are some circumstances under which an application for accreditation or registration can be made post-scheme closure, including those that have been granted an extension application or have a Tariff Guarantee extended commission date.
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Who is the scheme for?
The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is open to industrial, commercial, public sector and non-profit organisations with eligible installations in Great Britain.
This includes small businesses, hospitals and schools as well as district heating schemes where one installation serves multiple homes.
Biomethane producers have different registration requirements which can be found in Guidance Volume 1, Chapter 12.
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive is the scheme for domestic customers.
What should I do if I want to apply?
Use this section to understand the joining requirements for the Non-Domestic RHI and the rules you need to stick to during your time on the scheme.
There are some key things to consider before you apply. You need to:
- Be the owner of the installation (or have permission to act for the others if there are several owners).
- Understand the eligibility requirements and your ongoing obligations.
- Get documentation from manufacturers and installers as you’ll need to supply this evidence for your application. Keep this information safe as you may need it if you’re audited.
Read the relevant guidance documents on this website so your application goes smoothly.
The following documents might also be helpful to you.
If you want help filling in your application form:
- Guide to the GB RHI application form questions (on or after 2 July 2014)
- RHI Register External User Guide
- ID and Bank Details Guide
- Non-Domestic RHI Letter of Authorisation