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Solar PV feed in tariffs

are available to anyone wishing to generate their own electricity, including home owners, public sector bodies, charities and businesses. Anyone producing up to 5 megawatts of electricity will qualify, with most installations being well under this limit. Payments for Solar PV systems will continue for 25 years. The return on investment is in the region of 8% which will pay for the initial capital cost of the system well within it's lifetime.

FiTs News in October 2010:

The Government have confirmed as part of their comprehensive spending review that Feed in Tariffs will not be immediately cut or replaced. They will be reviewed as planned in 2013. Systems installed now are guaranteed the payments displayed on this web site for the next 25 years

Latest FiTs News in April 2010 on Solar Feed-in Tariffs:

New Feed-in Tariff is now active as of the 1st of April. The big mover in April's shake up of the Tariffs is the Solar PV Feed-in Tariff with all systems under 4kwh now receiving 43.3p/kwh. New systems installed under 4kwh into retrofit buildings will also receive this new Feed-in Tariff.




Sunlight REDF recently installed solar panels on The Smile Spa dental practice, this is what they wrote:-

The Smile Spa are leading the way in being environmentally
responsible having had solar panels
The panels,
which are visible from the A66, are part of The Smile Spa’s commitment to environmental stewardship in all facets of its
business endeavours. The company has embraced strategies to drive it’s environmental initiatives: maximise energy
efficiency, minimise waste, and encourage environmental values.
“We have taken a huge step forward in our environmental strategy by embracing alternative energy and are looking forward
to seeing the results.” added Dr Andrews.
For details of solar energy for commercial and domestic installations visit
fitted during February by local
supplier, Sunlight REDF Electrical Contractors. Clinical Director, Dr
Simon Andrews announced, “The solar panels will work two fold,
covering 75% of our energy usage during weekdays and on
weekends it will feed energy back to the National Grid.”

Feed in Tariff

The government's Feed-In Tariff scheme (FIT) could mean you get money from your energy supplier if you install an electricity-generating technology from a renewable source such as solar panels.

As well as saving money on your electricity bill, you can be paid for the electricity you generate, even if you use it yourself, and for any surplus electricity you export to the grid.

FIT's Update

Don't be put off by the changes in the feed in tariff anounced last week, solar panels can stilll earn you a profit PLUS all year round FREE electricity.

The Smile Spa

Sunlight REDF have recently installed a decontaminationroom into a local dental practice. The room conforms with the very strict standards set by the CQC (Care Quality Commission) and HTM 01 05.


Glasgow University

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