Republic of Ireland: Support Scheme for Renewable Heat now open

Ireland is beginning to embark on a rapid transition to a low-carbon future and has made a commitment to reduce man-made greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and transition to a low carbon economy by the year 2050.

The Irish Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH) is now open for applications to encourage Irish businesses in supporting the Government’s long-term climate ambition.

Therefore, now all businesses that install an eligible biomass, biogas or CHP system will receive an ongoing quarterly payment for 15 years based on how much heat they create and consume.

The tariff is available to businesses in the commercial, industrial, agricultural and public sector and other non-domestic heat users. This includes hotels, leisure centres, office buildings, farms, agri-business and industrial processes.

More information on how to apply to the Scheme can be found on the Sustainable Energy Authority Of Ireland (SEAI) website at www.seai.ie/sustainable-solutions/support-scheme-renewable

How can our expert team help?

Paula, Account Manager Republic of Ireland

Our experienced team is here to help with advice on how to apply for the Scheme.

We have already helped many organisations to successfully achieve RHI accreditation in the UK. As the process of applying for the Support Scheme Renewable Heat (SSRH) is quite complex, we are here to help you with the process and ensure you apply successfully to this.

Call us on 0044 028 6641 1001 or contact us here.

How can our expert team help?

Colm, Account Manager Republic of Ireland

Our experienced team is here to help with advice on how to apply for the Scheme.

We have already helped many organisations to successfully achieve RHI accreditation in the UK. As the process of applying for the Support Scheme Renewable Heat (SSRH) is quite complex, we are here to help you with the process and ensure you apply successfully to this.

Call us on 0044 028 6641 1001 or contact us here.