Community Renewables FIT and RHI Guidance module

This note provides a brief overview of the relevant rules that apply where community groups wish to claim feed in tariffs (FITs) or the renewable heat incentive (RHI) in relation to projects for which they have received public funding.

This resource is outdated. For recent information see:

-Ofgem's web pages on FITs and domestic RHIs and non-domestic RHIs or click here to find useful contact details.

-Energy Saving Trust's web page on RHIs and FITs.

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