Rules of the Association
THE RENEWABLE HEAT ASSOCIATION NORTHERN IRELAND LIMITED
Revised 27 January 2017
These rules are the Rules specified in the articles of association of the Company (the “Articles“). Where there is a discrepancy or conflict between these Rules and the Articles, the Articles shall have priority.
1. Purpose and membership
1.1. Membership applications are invited from:
- owners or operators of accredited RHI installations (as defined in the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2012 (the RHI Scheme));
- owners or operators of plants which have applied to be accredited under the RHI Scheme as accredited RHI installations; and
- installers, financiers, equipment manufacturers, professional advisers, trade associations, suppliers and other organisations with an interest in policy surrounding the RHI Scheme and the non-domestic renewable heat industry in Northern Ireland.
1.2. The purpose of the association is to represent the interests of its members, to further its objects and to promote the responsible use of renewable heat.
1.3. The association shall represent members as a group and shall not pursue the interests of individual members where they would conflict with the interests of the members as a whole.
The association shall be a not for profit trade association of its members, formed as an incorporated company limited by guarantee without shares.
The objects of the association are to:
- Represent the interests and views of the non-domestic renewable heat industry in Northern Ireland;
- Raise awareness amongst the general public and government of the benefits of the RHI Scheme and to encourage the transition from fossil fuels to renewable heat;
- Represent the interests of its members as regards changes in policy or law regarding the RHI Scheme or otherwise affecting its members as a whole
- Engage with government, regulators, policy makers and other trade associations to help shape the future direction of renewable heat policy in Northern Ireland;
- Promote amongst its members the responsible use of renewable heat and compliance with the RHI Scheme legislation;
- Restore public confidence in the RHI Scheme; and
- Where necessary to seek legal and other professional advice on behalf of members as regards changes in policy or law regarding the RHI Scheme and if necessary to take collective action in respect of any such changes.
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