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Grants of up to €162,000 available for non-domestic Solar PV systems

Grants of up to €162,000 available for non-domestic Solar PV systems

The government has approved amendments to the existing Non-Domestic Microgeneration Scheme, operated by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), to extend supports to a wider range of businesses and non-domestic applicants. This will be done through tiered grant supports for solar PV – for installation sizes greater than 6 kWp up to 1,000 kWp (1 MW) capacity.

  • new funding ranges from €2,700 to €162,600 to support an even wider range of businesses to switch to solar
  • this will typically support 20-30% of the investment cost, reducing payback to as little as 5 years
  • new Solar PV Scheme enhancements will boost business investment in renewable energy generation

The updated grants will be as follows:

Up to 6kWp will remain unchanged up to €2,400, with an additional:

  • €300/kWp for each extra kWp installed between 7kWp -20kWp
  • €200/kWp for each extra kWp installed between 21kWp- 200kWp
  • €150/kWp for each extra kWp installed between 201kWp-1000kWp

This would mean that installations up to 1MW could be eligible for a grant of up to €162,600.

Who can apply?

This grant is available to:

  • Businesses
  • The agricultural sector
  • Public sector bodies
  • Schools
  • Community centres
  • Non-profit societies

Further information: Non-Domestic Microgen Scheme | Business Grants and Supports | SEAI

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