Improvements made to IHRS Programme

Acting on feedback from stakeholders, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has made some improvements to the Industrial Heat Recovery Support (IHRS) Programme.

  • The Programme has been extended until March 2022
  • Third parties can apply as main applicants on behalf of sites that fit within the IHRS eligible Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes (10 to 33 and Data Centres)
  • Two additional assessment windows are now available in 2020 with deadlines at end of January and July

This extension will allow participants more time to enter the programme and implement projects that are more challenging.

The IHRS has 13 successful applicants so far, in industries ranging from food and drink to chemicals, steel, minerals and paper sectors, covering an exciting range of diverse projects.

The IHRS delivery partner, ICF, will continue to offer support to potential applicants through the process and can provide feedback on early drafts of applications. The IHRS is the only government Programme focused solely on industrial heat recovery, therefore it’s the best option for businesses considering a heat recovery project to seek funding.

For more details on how to apply, call 020 3096 3106 or email ihrsprogramme@icf.com. Alternatively, visit the IHRS website for a step-by-step guide on how to apply. Businesses should consider applying now to get the most value from the IHRS.


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