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Feed in Tariff
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has introduce a system of feed-in tariffs to incentivize small scale low carbon electricity generation. The FITs scheme was announced on 1 April 2010. Through the use of FITs DECC hope to encourage deployment of additional low carbon electricity generation, particularly by organizations, businesses, communities and individuals who are not traditionally engaged in the electricity market. This “clean energy cash back” will allow many people to invest in small scale low carbon electricity, in return for a guaranteed payment both for the electricity they generate and export.
• The UK is committed to deliver its share of the EU 2020 target for 20% of energy from renewable sources by 2020.
• Achieving our targets could provide £100 billion worth of investment opportunities and up to half a million jobs in the renewable energy sector by 2020
• It is estimated that 2% of our electricity may be delivered from renewable from small scale electricity generation.
PV System Size KWp Annual Electricity Produced KWh

@43.3p/ KWh

Export Tariff
@ 3p/KWh

Total Cash Back - £
2 KWp 1700 £ 736.10 £ 25.50 £ 761.60
3 KWp 2550 £ 1104.15 £ 38.25 £ 1142.75
4 KWp 3400 £ 1472.20 £ 51.00 £ 1523.20



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