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Enerpower welcome Biomass SSRH Government Scheme

Enerpower Biomass

A new support scheme for renewable heat (SSRH) has been launched by the Government. The SSRH scheme will support businesses with the move towards renewable heat technology. This scheme aims to reduce energy costs for companies and those who take part in this new scheme will receive operating aid from the government.

Owen Power, Managing Director of Waterford company Enerpower has welcomed the governments introduction of the SSRH scheme. “This is a step forward for the government in assisting the move towards renewable energy and allowing businesses take control of their heating bills. The introduction of the SSRH will bring Ireland a little closer to meeting their European climate targets”

The scheme is open to a wide range of users and beneficiaries.  Those in receipt will receive operating aid in the form of a payment for the useful renewable heat generated over 15 years.  Eligible business includes commercial, industrial, agricultural, district heating, public sector and other non-domestic heat users. 

More information on this scheme is available here.


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