Over 10,000 Domestic RHI Applicants were accredited within the first six months of the scheme. Read some of their stories and view some statistics here: https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem-publications/90603/drhi1st10000.pdf
And from the 9th October, those who received the Renewable Heat Premium Payment are now able to apply for the Domestic RHI – the application must be submitted by 8th April 2015.
It’s no surprise when we come across a term or definition that sounds confusing. Understanding what Ofgem meant by ‘Eligible new-build’ was a common issue, therefore they have provided a new help sheet to make it clear. One of the main points is that those who live in an eligible new-build don’t need to provide a Green Deal Advice Report.
A particular question on the application form was baffling too. Question 6: ‘Does the renewable heating system at your property have more than one MCS certificate?’
Ofgem has put the form through further tests and has reworded parts of the form along with detailed explanations. Already, they’ve seen a positive outcome since the re-adjustment.
Visit think link to read more about the form: https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem-publications/87111/aguidetofillingoutyourformjune.pdf
It will be a good starting point before completing the form.
When completing the application, those that had an installation before the Domestic RHI had problems when they hadn’t entered their seasonal performance factor correctly, they had to begin the application all over again. That’s all come to an end, there is now an option to edit the seasonal performance factor values.
Visit this link to read more: https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem-publications/88527/140915whattodoifyourapplicationisinreview.pdf
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