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Community building achieves RHI accreditation

Clean Energy is pleased to announce that the ground source heat pump system at Hickling Village Hall has been accredited under the non-domestic renewable heat incentive (RHI) scheme.

The application was particularly challenging as the organisation had initially received a grant which precluded them from a full application. Due to a change in the non-domestic RHI Regulations, a mechanism is in place where the grant can be repaid and the renewable heating system accredited assuming all the other eligibility criteria can be met.

 If you think your community scheme may be eligible for the non-domestic RHI, contact us.

Brewery seeks greener energy The Norfolk based brewer, JV Trading Ltd has recently commissioned our services to identify the potential for producing on site renewable electricity at its brewing facilities at Lowestoft.

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Thank you very much for the report which looks excellent and at this stage looks a worthwhile exercise.

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