Ongoing obligations

Mae’r dudalen yma ar gael yn Gymraeg.

The ongoing obligations are effectively your responsibilities in relation to you, your property and your heating system.

You must comply with these in order to continue to receive payments and avoid other enforcement action. You will need to declare annually through your MyRHI account that you are still compliant with your ongoing obligations. We’ll send you a reminder by email when these are due. Make sure that you complete them in time or we may have to suspend your payments.

The ongoing obligations can be split into six sections:

Throughout your membership on the scheme there’s also a chance that we may carry out an audit check to make sure that you’re complying with these ongoing obligations. See our webpage on Audit checks for more information.

Next steps

To find out more, see:

To log in to MyRHI:

Ongoing obligations: your responsibilities

When you’re approved to join the Domestic RHI, you’ll have to comply with the rules for the seven year payment lifetime of the scheme. Each year you’ll need to submit declarations confirming you've met your responsibilities. More.

Ongoing obligations: changes to your heating system

Once you’ve joined, you’ll need to inform us of any change to your heating system. If we aren’t informed about a change, you’ll be considered to be non-compliant and could face enforcement action. More.

Ongoing obligations: biomass boilers or stoves

If your renewable heating system is a biomass boiler or stove, you’ll have specific obligations relating to the fuel type, fuel moisture content and the way in which you operate them. More.

Ongoing obligations: metering

If you have meters installed there are specific obligations for you to ensure that your meters are working properly. We explain these here. More.

Ongoing obligations: provision of information

You must keep all information provided at application and any other evidence confirming eligibility criteria and ongoing obligations for the scheme. More.

Ongoing obligations: non-compliance and sanctions

We can take action if we suspect or find out that a scheme participant isn’t complying with their ongoing obligations or were approved to the scheme on the basis of incorrect information. More.