Heat Metering for Renewable Heat Incentive Training Course in Milton Keynes

Book your place on TEAM’s Heat Metering for Renewable Heat Incentive Training Course

Justine traiign 400pixBackground

The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) provides long-term financial support to eligible organisations with solar thermal, biomass boilers, biomass CHP and heat pump installations. Manufacturers, designers or installers are under pressure to correctly specify and install heat meters to ensure high quality data and guarantee RHI payments. Organisations looking to benefit from the RHI have to ensure their heat meters work effectively to protect their renewable heat investment.

What is covered in the course?

This course has been developed to equip attendees with knowledge of heat metering for RHI entitlement using real life case studies. Key learning points on heat metering will be shared with the view to highlight good practices and discuss pitfalls and how best to avoid them. The following topics will be covered:

  • Drivers and metering standards
  • Types and cost of heat meters
  • Design and specification of meters
  • Installation and commissioning
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Data collection, monitoring and verification
  • This training course is CIBSE CPD accredited and equates to 5.5 hours CPD.

The full course will conclude with an examination. Those independent consultants making submissions will be able to reference their TEAM credentials with Ofgem to demonstrate that they have a good understanding of both the requirements and practice of RHI and metering requirements.


The course will be held in Milton Keynes.

Meet the Trainer

Justine Grant, Energy Consultant, Lead Author of the B&ES Heat Meter Guide.



Course Timings

Registration and coffee will be at 09.40
Course will start at 10.00 and finish at 15.30


£249+VAT per delegate

Early bird discount of 10% applies for those who book a minimum of 1 month in advance (terms and conditions apply)
Posted by TEAM on 15 February 2015
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