Get Paid for Generating Electricity

The Feed-in Tariff (FIT) is another government scheme designed to reward those who implement renewable energy sources into their home. If you install renewable energy systems in your home, you will benefit from reduced energy bills as you use the energy that you generate yourself. However, you can benefit even further through the FIT scheme, as you can be paid for every unit of energy that your renewable systems generate, and then you can be paid even more for any electricity that you don’t use that goes right back into the national grid.

Applications for the FIT scheme ended on the 31st of March 2019, but this does not mean that any payments for those already on the scheme will stop. You can find out more about this here:

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At the moment, Warma UK do not install Solar PV cells, and so you will have to use a certified installer. The Microgeneration Certification Scheme is responsible for certifying installers and equipment, and you can find a certified installer here:

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Your installer will be able to give you a quote regarding how much you should expect to earn from the FIT scheme with your system, and they will ensure that you meet all of the eligibility requirements. You can then apply to your electricity provider or a different one if you choose.

However, solar PV is not the only supported system, and you may be eligible if you have a wind turbine, micro CHP, hydroelectric system or even an anaerobic digester. The efficiencies of these systems are heavily dependent on your home’s location and surroundings, and so you will need to make sure that your site is suitable before you choose to install any of them.

Similar to the RHI scheme, you will be paid an amount that depends on the volume of electricity that you generate from your renewable system as well as the date that you apply. You must ensure that your system is fully installed before you apply for the FIT scheme. If you are using a solar PV system, the amount you will be paid depends on another factor – the energy rating of your home. You can be paid a higher rate if your Energy Performance Certificate is rated D or better. To find out more about the latest tariffs and to learn more about the FIT scheme in general you can visit:

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