Renewable Heat Incentive Lincolnshire (RHI)

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The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Program

The domestic renewable heat incentive is a government scheme designed to encourage the use of renewable heat and energy. 


Those who choose to join the RHI scheme will receive payments every quarter over the next 7 years, this is worked out by estimating the green renewable heat that the installed system produces. 

We specialist in the installation of these green renewable heating systems and are government approved to install air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps throughout Lincolnshire.

To see if you qualify to join the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme in Lincolnshire then please visit this government website and make your application.

RHI Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Lincolnshire

Green Home Grants FAQ's

To be eligible you must be a property owner or be a landlord (private or social). The property must be located in England. Your property is not eligible if it is a new build and has never had a previous occupant.
Landlords are not eligible for the low-income voucher

The initial deadline was set at 31st March 2021 this has now been extended until 2022 – All vouchers and installations must be used and carried out by then.

The voucher covers the cost by two thirds of the energy efficiency improvement measure, up to a
maximum voucher of £5,000. If you are on low-income then you may be eligible for a voucher covering
the full cost of the energy efficiency improvements, up to a maximum of £10,000.


Greenlinc Become Green Home Grant Registered Installers in Lincoln & Lincolnshire

Home / News / Clean Heat Grant Installers in Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Greenlinc Renewables are set to become one of the first accredited installers for the Government Clean Heat Grant in Lincoln, Lincolnshire.

With the recent demise of the Green Home Grant the government have been looking at a new grant scheme for green energy and clean heating.


In 2022 a new scheme is set to be rolled out called the Clean Heat Grant.

How will the Clean heat grant work? 

The new Clean Heat Grant is set to replace the RHI scheme, however opposed to reimbursing property and homeowners the cost of installing a renewable heating system over time, the government will provide up to £4,000 up front towards the cost.


It is believed that the government will commit funding for the Grant for 2 years up to March 2024.


Early proposals have suggested that from April 2022 property owners will be able to apply for the grant to help cover the costs of the installation (up to £4,000)


It is also expected that the Clean Heat Grants will be given as vouchers, that being said, the government has not committed to anything yet.


We don’t know much about the renewable energy scheme yet, but we do know the Government want to ensure this scheme isn’t a failure and everyone who is entitled to the Grant claims. 


Greenlinc were one of the first to be accredited and approved by the Government to carry out the installations and plans are now in motion to ensure that we serve you again with the new grant scheme.


To register your interest in the clean heat grant in Lincoln & Lincolnshire and to be sure you are one of the first to hear more then please send us a message through the contact form with the subject “Clean Heat Grant” 


Greenlinc renewables are professional experienced installers of renewable energy equipment such as air source heat pumps, ground source heat pumps and Solar PV. We have a 100% positive feedback rating with all of our clients and we pride ourselves in delivering a service that is 5 star.

Clean Heat Grant Installers Near Me Lincoln, LIncolnshire

Clean Heat Grants FAQ's

So far all we know is homeowners and business property owners.

The scheme is set to run until April 2024. We will update you as we know more.

Heat pump installations including air source heat pumps, water source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps. It will also include the installation of Biomass systems.

  • Process heating
  • Biogas combustion
  • Solar thermal
  • Hybrid heat pump systems
  • Heat networks.

Although not officialy confirmed, it is set to be £4000 towards the cost of your renewable heating system.