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Renewable Heat Incentive
The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is a government financial scheme to promote the use of renewable heat.
RECENT CHANGES TO THE RHI SCHEME
On 1 April 2021, changes to the RHI scheme have come into force. Applicants who commissioned their eligible heating system on or after 1 March 2019 can now apply for accreditation to the RHI scheme.
Applications that have been unable to comply with the 12-month submission rule can now re-apply until the scheme ends on 31 March 2022.
The EU aims to reduce the environmental impact of fluorinated gases through the reduction of HFCs (hydrofluorocarbons). EU regulation recommends a phase-down of HFCs, quantities that are on the market are gradually reduced through the allocation of quotas by the European Commission consumption by 79 % in 2030.
For new installations of single split air conditioners with a refrigerant charge below 3 kg, the GWP limit is set at 750 starting in 2025.
The regulation has been put into force to encourage the industry and its users to transition to refrigerants with a lower GWP. Samsung is accelerating the transition towards lower GWP refrigerants, such as R32, and will continue to invest in environmentally friendly alternatives.
Air to Water Heating (EHS)
The Samsung EHS (Eco Heating System) extends the compact and modular Tank Integrated Hydro Unit for TDM Plus in addition to Mono and Split. An Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) is a renewable heating technology that can be used to heat your home or office and supply hot water. They are a great alternative to conventional electric heating, gas, or oil boilers as they can be used with a radiator system or with Under Floor Heating.
The EHS Split outdoor unit is connected to a wall-mounted Hydro Unit to combine with a third-party Domestic Hot Water (DHW) tank to suit all requirements. When used with the Hydro Unit, the Split enables the production of domestic hot water and underfloor heating/cooling, and heating of radiators.
The EHS TDM Plus outdoor unit can connect to a third-party Domestic Hot Water Tank (DHW) via a wall-mounted Hydro Unit. A range of new heating and cooling indoor units can be added to the system.