RHPP Phase Three for the Social Landlord Competition!
Published by Anonymous for Space Air Solutions in Housing
The Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) scheme, has re-opened the Social Landlord Competition, Phase Three, with funding of up to £2.5 million available.
Following on from our previous snippet issue SAS0612 we are updating you on the RHPP Social Landlords Competition.
The Renewable Heat Premium Payment (RHPP) is a short-term government scheme, managed by the Energy Saving Trust and available for householders and social housing. This a grant in the form of one-off payments to help offset any premium between the cost of a heat pump (and other renewable technologies) and other non-renewable or fossil fuel based forms of Domestic heating. Social housing have the chance to bid for money to support the installation of renewable heating systems.
72 projects were awarded money under the phase two competition, which ran from 28th May to the 4th July 2012. The total value of the combined applicants received was just over £5 million, only half of the £10 million that was set aside.
Due to the under spending of the Social Landlord Competition, a third phase has been launched, which will be used for two further competitions with access to funding of £2.5 million each.
‘Phase Three’ is the re-opening of the Social Landlord Competition with additional improvements, these being lengthening the application window to nine weeks, relaxing the requirement to provide energy bill information until the delivery phase and to help support the bid application process for busy landlords.
If you would like to apply for the RHPP Social Landlord Competition you will need to submit three documents which you can down load from the Energy Saving Trust website; http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/Generating-energy/Getting-money-back/Renewable-Heat-Premium-Payment-Phase-3
These competitions are being run by The Energy Saving Trust (EST), if you would like further information please visit http://bit.ly/PrQRtB. Or you can visit the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) website; http://bit.ly/Sntc0J. Alternatively please contact Space Air on 01483 252 252.