the deadline for applying for a renewable heat premium payment (RHPP) under Phase 2 is fast approaching with all applications to be received by the Energy Savings Trust by March 31.
The RHPP is available on properties in Wales, provided that you haven't already received funding under RHPP Phase 1, the RHPP Social Landlord Scheme or the RHPP Communities Scheme.
Two findings from the RHPP demonstration indicate that Medicare beneficiaries would use these services.
The individuals enrolled in RHPP were more likely to use those services that required little time involvement on their part (the health screening visit and the flu immunization) than those that required considerable time involvement as well as behavior modification (smoking cessation and nutrition).
After three months the scheme will open additionally to applications of part-funded installations by RHPP
and finally from November 2014 all other applicants can apply.
The 46 winners are the first wave of successful bidders to be announced under the latest round of the social landlords Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) competition, launched in May this year.
Social landlords can still apply for funding under the second strand of the RHPP scheme via the EST website.
Ministers have set aside more than a quarter of the Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme's budget to help social housing providers fit improvements like solar thermal panels, biomass boilers and ground source heat pumps to houses.
"Both this and the householder strand of the RHPP will be great learning opportunities - real data on performance in people's homes is absolutely key in successfully boosting the market for renewable heat technologies."
A typical solar water heating system costs around pounds 4,800 (including VAT) but under the RHPP would only qualify for a pounds 300 grant .
People who have installed kit under the RHPP scheme could qualify for support under the Renewable Heat Incentive, which will give cash to householders and companies for generating electricity from renewable sources.
A share of Au3.2 million was awarded to Forty-four social housing projects for getting renewable heating into the homes of more than a thousand social housing tenants across Great Britain.Social housing is provided only to the persons who are registered and they were able to bid for up to approximately Au156,000 under the third phase of the Government s Renewable Heat Premium Payment social landlord competition (RHPP