The closure of the Non-Domestic RHI on 31st March this year and of the Domestic RHI on 31st March 2022 significantly reduces the financial assistance on offer to those wanting to choose a decarbonised future. The proposed Clean Heat Grant is aimed at carrying the domestic residential market through to a wholly regulatory future, but will not support the infrastructural benefits of ground- and water-source heat pumps in its present format, so restricting consumer choice. The demise of the NDRHI currently leaves a black hole which must be filled as quickly as possible. Some form of continuing and meaningful transitional support will be required to bridge the policy gap until regulation and future funding solutions provide the opportunity to move away from taxpayer support completely.