UK Renewable Heat Incentive

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In 2012 the UK Government introduced phase 2 of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme to subsidise investment in small scale renewable heating systems, such as biomass systems or solar hot water systems, etc. The RHI is administered by the official regulator Ofgem who pay the tariffs with money from the Treasury Applicable technologies and rates can be found Such funding can obviously help to recover the costs of renewable heating systems, such as solar hot water or heat pumps that are incorporated into Passivhaus buildings in the UK.