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“The engineer, electricians and builder were pleasant and helpful and did their work well and efficiently”

Mr P, Chippenham 11th August 2015

“Pleased with both the installation process and the boiler”

Mr Walker, Somerset 10th February 2016
feed-in tariff information

Feed-in Tariff

  • Government scheme administered by Ofgem
  • Encourages renewable electricity generation
  • Covers domestic Solar PV installations
  • You are paid for the electricity you generate
  • You are paid for the electricity you export 
  • Save on your energy bills

The Feed-In Tariff is a government scheme that offers financial incentives to encourage the uptake of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generating technologies including Solar PV, Wind, Hydro, Anaerobic Digestion and Micro CHP systems.

By way of example, under the scheme a person installing a qualifying Solar Photovoltaic System is eligible to receive a series of regular payments from their energy supplier in the form of a Generation Tariff and an Export Tariff that continue for a ‘tariff period’ of currently 20 years.

Find out more about the incentives offered in relation to Solar Photovoltaic Systems.

Learn more about the Feed-in Tariff scheme from the Energy Saving Trust and Ofgem

[Last updated: January 15]