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Initial uptake figures for the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive show steady growth. In the first 21 days of the RHI, 1,080 applications were filed, taking place between the 9th and 30th of April.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change has published deployment figures for the first 21 days of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).

Of the 1,080 applications, 368 were accredited with the majority of the remaining RHI applications listed as ‘in review’.

Of the four technologies Air Source Heat Pumps generated the most applications, with 41% of all applications made during the period. Solar Thermal (24%), Biomass (22%) and Ground Source Heat Pumps (14%) made up the rest of the applications. 

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