Introducing a cost-effective,
sustainable heating solution
for domestic properties

Renewable Energy Funding

The Renewable Heat Incentive is a UK government initiative that was introduced to assist and encourage a move away from fossil fuel heating systems, in line with the stated objectives for reduction in carbon emission. The government introduced the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme in April 2014, and it’s the first of its kind in the world.

Those who join the scheme receive quarterly payments directly from Ofgem for seven years for clean, green, renewable heat.

Types of renewable energy systems

By using the free, renewable energy absorbed from the sun to heat the roof sited ‘collectors’, the heat is transferred to the hot water system . While reducing the emissions created by fossil fuelled water heating systems, the advantages of some of the other forms of renewable energy are becoming more suited to our domestic settings where both space and water heating can be generated more efficiently.

You can see here the scale of each of the four energy sources by the share each have of the total number of installations so far throughout the UK.

The Assignment or Rights,
A Clean Air Ventures Initiative

As an Ofgem Approved Investor, Clean Air Ventures have developed an exciting funding model designed specifically to reduce the upfront capital cost that social housing providers face when switching to renewable heating systems.

Clean Air Ventures provides the upfront funding, and in return, the social housing provider agrees to assign the renewable heat incentive to us for the duration of the term.

By plugging in to the government and Ofgem scheme, Clean Air Ventures can, free of charge, help by first assessing your stock to establish which of the homes will benefit from switching to clean, green heating systems.

All you need to do is to contact us
to arrange your free, no obligation
assessment of your stock.

We will then provide a feasibility report that will show the potential energy, cost and carbon
savings and the level of RHI the properties will attract. Included in this free survey will be the likely cost
for installation and what, if any, contribution you, as the housing provider will be required to make.
Want to learn more?

Download a brochure or call us today for your free assessment.