Feed in Tariff Cut 2019

How Feed in Tariff Works

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The UK government is planning to end the current Feed In Tariff Scheme on the 31st March 2019 and there are currently no plans to replace the initiative.

The date of the 31st March 2019 has been set to end both the export and the generation tariff.

Call us before the deadline for your Free Solar pv quotation and get your installation in place before the Feed In Tariff cut!

The savings on your bills and income from the incentives will depend on your property, energy use and the traditional fuel you are replacing. Cymru Solar will always provide a detailed projection of the savings you can make specific to your own property as part of your installation.

The Feed-in Tariff (FiT) is a payment made to you annually for generating electricity from a range of Micro-generation technologies, including Solar PV.

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FIT 2016

Get money for generating your own electricity Under the current Feed In Tariff due to end on the 31st March 2019 you are paid for every unit of electricity you generate, irrespective of whether you go on to use the energy in your home. You are also paid an additional sum for energy exported to the National Grid. Once you have entered into the FiT scheme your payments will increase annually in line with inflation and are guaranteed for 20 years. However, to encourage uptake the rate offered to new entrants to the scheme will reduce over time, so the sooner you sign-up the higher your returns will be. As mentioned above, all the electricity you generate is free for you to use and every unit you use is a unit you don’t have to buy from a traditional electricity supplier. In addition, for domestic installations, you will be paid for exporting half the electricity you generate, even if you actually use more than 50%. (Speak to us about ways to maximise the use of your green electricity.)  

The Generation Tariff:
You earn a fixed income for every kilowatt hour of electricity you generate whether you use yourself in your property or export it to the grid.

The Export Tariff:
You earn an additional fixed income for every kilowatt hour of electricity you sell back to the grid.