Information to help make your boiler, stove, or solar project more affordable.

Some useful links to help make your project more affordable, including the Renewable Heat Incentive, the UK Government scheme set up to encourage uptake of renewable heat technologies amongst householders, communities and businesses through financial incentives.

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) - Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive

Types of heating

You can claim for:

  • biomass boilers
  • solar water heating
  • certain heat pumps

Payments are based on the estimated heat requirements of your property.

The money is paid through the Domestic RHI scheme.

Eligibility

You can apply if you live in England, Scotland or Wales. Contact the relevant website for details

Visit the RHI website for further Information on Domestic Renewables 

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) - Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive

The non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) helps businesses, public sector and non-profit organisations meet the cost of installing renewable heat technologies.

Types of heating

You can claim for a number of heating technologies including biomass and solar thermal products.

Payments are made on the eligible heat used.

The money is paid through the Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

For further information visit the RHI website.

Visit the RHI website for further Information on Non-Domestic Renewables 

Ofgem

Interest free loans to commercial ÖkoFEN owners in, Wales & Northern Ireland.

Ofgem is the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets. They are a non-ministerial government department and an independent National Regulatory Authority, recognised by EU Directives. Their principal objective when carrying out our functions is to protect the interests of existing and future electricity and gas consumers. They do this in a variety of ways including:

  • promoting value for money
  • promoting security of supply and sustainability, for present and future generations of consumers, domestic and industrial users
  • the supervision and development of markets and competition
  • regulation and the delivery of government schemes.

They work with, but are independent of, government, the energy industry and other stakeholders within a legal framework determined by the UK government and the European Union.

Visit the Ofgem website here
 

The Energy Saving Trust

Climate change is a major threat to humanity, fuel bills continue to rise and the UK's reliance on imported energy continues to grow.

The UK is committed to achieving an 80 per cent reduction in carbon emissions by 2050. To address these challenges we all need to reduce our energy consumption and accelerate a move to sustainable, low carbon lifestyles.

The Energy Saving Trust are a leading and trusted organisation helping people save energy every day. Our experts speak with millions of householders every year, deliver first class programmes for governments and provide consultancy to UK businesses and international companies. All that we do is underpinned by our pioneering world-renowned research.

They are independent and impartial so the advice they give is all about helping you.

Visit the Energy Saving Trust Website

See also Home Energy Scotland on this page.

Home Energy Scotland

Home Energy Scotland is a Scottish Government programme managed by the Energy Saving Trust.

Home Energy Scotland is a network of local advice centres covering all of Scotland. Their expert advisors offer free, impartial advice on energy saving, renewable energy, sustainable transport, waste prevention and more.

The Home Energy Scotland renewables loan scheme is funded by the Scottish Government and is currently open to applications.

Interest free loans of up to £10,000 from the Scottish Government are available to owner occupiers in Scotland who wish to install a domestic renewables system or to connect to an approved district heating scheme powered by a renewable energy source.

Visit the website here

The Carbon Trust

Staying competitive is a priority for UK businesses, and becoming ever more challenging. However, by increasing their energy efficiency, they could reduce overheads without impacting productivity. The Carbon Trust can help fund the cost of buying and installing energy efficient equipment such as replacement lighting, heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration, or investing in renewables.

Interest Free loans are available to businesses from £3,000 to £200,000 in Wales and up to £400,000 in Northern Ireland. Loans are designed so that in most cases the monthly energy savings should exceed the monthly repayments.

In addition to the loan scheme, SME’s in England, Scotland and Wales could benefit from a non-repayable Green Business Fund Capital Contribution, of up to £10,000, to help fund the cost of their energy efficiency project. We can also provide free support to identify opportunities.

So, get ahead of the game and take advantage of funding from the Carbon Trust.

For more information please visit their website (see below), or call their team on 028 9073 4398

Green Business Fund:  www.carbontrust.com/greenbusiness

Interest Free Business Loans to Ökofen owners in Wales: www.carbontrust.com/walesloans

Interest Free Business Loans to Ökofen owners in Northern Ireland: www.carbontrust.com/ni

Terms and Conditions and eligibility rules apply.

Robert Owen Community Banking Wales

Fair Finance for businesses, homes and communities in Wales 

Robert Owen Community Banking aim to bolster and build local communities by providing access to financial products that make locally invested capital work harder. They are a not-for-profit organisation that takes local investment and public funds to provide loans within Wales.

Interest free loans are available for some loans whilst other loans have:

  • a fixed low APR,
  • or require no secure deposit,
  • or have no restrictions on usage,
  • or have no early repayment fees,
  • over 1-5 year repayment agreements

Visit the Robert Owen Community Banking website

Enhanced Capital Allowance - ECA

Our products may qualify for the Enhanced Capital Allowance scheme.

The ECA scheme allows a business to invest in energy saving equipment that might otherwise be cost prohibitive.

The first year allowances let a buisiness claim 100% of the cost of the assets against the taxable profits in a single year.

For furher information visit the .GOV UK website

.GOV UK - Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme

Why choose the Organic Energy team?

Experience and expertise

You may have some idea what you require, so our team are on hand to offer free, expert advice on the best system configuration for your needs. As specialist renewable energy providers, we can assess your needs and recommend the most appropriate system.

Request a quotation

We can provide you with budget prices for equipment, and subject to your approval introduce you to an installer.

Installers

We have a network of independent installers have been through a rigorous training programme at our specialist training centre in mid-Wales.

Aftersales and Club OE

When you buy from Organic Energy you'll automatically be enrolled in our Club OE owners club and enjoy benefits including regular newsletters, service support, participation in our customer satisfaction programme and referral incentives.

 

Call now on 01938 530 070 to speak to one of our experts, or email info@organicenergy.co.uk