Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive - Ensuring a sustainable scheme

Closed 7 Jul 2020

Opened 28 Apr 2020


A consultation on the closure of the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (NDRHI) scheme to new applicants. Proposed reforms on future-proofing the scheme for the remainder of the NDRHI payment period.  

Why your views matter

In preparation for the formal closure of the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (NDRHI) scheme to new applicants we are seeking the views of industry, representative groups, installers and the general public on the proposed reforms.  These reforms aim to ensure the scheme continues to offer ongoing value for money to the taxpayer, improve the experience of participants and continue to maximise the contribution the NDRHI makes to the decarbonisation of heating in the UK. The government is also looking to ensure that robust management of the scheme continues to be delivered. 


  • SMEs (small and medium businesses)
  • Large businesses (over 250 staff)
  • Multinational businesses
  • Business journalists
  • Trade bodies
  • Legal representative
  • Medium business (50 to 250 staff)
  • Micro business (up to 9 staff)
  • Small business (10 to 49 staff)
  • Oil and Gas
  • Low carbon technologies
  • Construction
  • Investment
  • Manufacturing
  • Technology (R&D)
  • Installer
  • Landlord
  • Consumer organisations
  • Consumers
  • Universities
  • Research Councils
  • Research Funders
  • Science Policy organisations and thinktanks
  • Thinktanks
  • Consumers
  • Charities
  • Local government
  • Charity or social enterprise
  • Individual
  • Charities and Third Sector organisations
  • Non-Government Organisations


  • Regulation and red tape
  • Fuel poverty
  • Oil and Gas
  • Distributed energy and heat
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy and climate change
  • Housing
  • Fuel poverty
  • Oil and gas
  • Saving energy
  • Distributed energy and heat
  • Energy and climate change
  • Carbon budgets
  • Emissions
  • Climate change
  • Regulation