Renewable heat is an alternative form of heating generated from sources that releases much less CO2 into the atmosphere. To encourage more people to heat their own businesses the Government previously created the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (NDRHI), a financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat while gaining the benefit from renewable solutions.
Over the life of non-domestic RHI scheme, you can expect to be audited at least twice. If an auditor uncovers compliance issues you could, at best, face lengthy delays in payments while you sort out inconsistencies, while a serious breach could result in being thrown off the scheme and money paid reclaimed. In our experience, auditors find most non-compliances when they start looking at paperwork and record-keeping.
Our RHI HealthCheck service looks at three distinct areas:
- Review of Records – Includes meter, fuel, maintenance and eligible use.
- Review of Sustainability – Checking data has been recorded correctly and the fuel/feedstock have been accurately categorised.
- Review of the Physical Installation – This will include, checking all meters are installed correctly, all buildings that are connected have been notified to Ofgem and verifying insulation quality.
Alt-Group offer a full compliance package helping to protect your investment.