Officially launched in Northern Ireland in November 2012, the RHI is a Government scheme that provides financial support to non-domestic renewable heat generators and is already helping a number of local businesses embrace renewable technologies and save money on their energy bills. Aimed primarily at private sector businesses, but including public sector organisations as well, such as schools, churches and community groups, the Action Renewables RHI Conference 2013, will explain what the RHI is, how it works, how to apply and what renewable heat technologies are included.
Eddie Meenan, Director of Original Heating Ltd said: “We are pleased to be exhibiting at this conference, which we feel is a great opportunity for businesses to come and learn more about the benefits of renewable technologies. It is a market that is growing, but needs greater understanding. The RHI is a great financial inducement for businesses to take the leap towards greener operations – the advantages are substantial. At the event we will be delighted to meet any person or organisation interested in taking up this new opportunity.”
Delegates can look forward to a comprehensive line up of speakers including; Edmund Ward, Senior Technical Advisor, OFGEM, who will explain the application process to delegates and break down the mechanics of the scheme; Gaynor Hartnell, Director of Policy at the Renewable Energy Association (REA), who will give an insight into how GB businesses/organisations have availed of the RHI and review what the outstanding issues and discuss the next steps for the scheme. Lord Brookeborough, owner of Colebrooke Estate and Spa, Co Fermanagh, will also speak about the benefits of RHI and his experience, having recently installed a KWB wood chip and pellet boiler; and biomass expert Dr John Gilliland OBE, Director of Original Heating, will give an insight into the benefits of biomass as a renewable fuel.
Tickets cost £75+vat each. For further information and to book your place, contact Action Renewables on 028 9072 7760 or email email@example.com.
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