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Solar PV and Feed-in-Tariffs

Solar PV and Feed-in-Tariffs

We have been asked in the past by our clients about solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, Feed-in-Tarrifs and if we knew of any reputable installers. Green Surveys is now pleased to recommend high quality solar photovoltaic (PV) systems from SunSwitch and National Energy Services.

By installing a solar PV system on your roof you could earn an income of 41.3p, which is index linked and tax-free, per Kilowatt hour (kWh) of electricity generated for the next 25 years.

You can use the electricity generated directly in your home or it gets automatically exported to the national grid. You will be paid 41.3p for every unit of electricity you produce regardless of whether you use it in the home or not.

SunSwitch only use high quality Schuco solar panels which are fitted by fully insured and accredited installers.


Why are people being paid to generate electricity?

The aim is to reduce carbon emissions produced by power stations, which use coal, gas, oil and other fuels to produce electricity. Clean renewable energy from the sun is the only fuel needed to produce electricity from solar panels.

In April 2010 the government introduced an new incentive scheme called Feed-in-Tariffs (FITs), to encourage homeowners to instal solar PV systems. In effect homes are becoming mini power stations.

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For more information and a no obligation free survey to see if your home is suitable contact us now.

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PV System Cost:

Annual Electricity Saving:
Annual Income from your PV system:
Annual Electricity Saving:


*Income guaranteed and indexed linked for 25 years

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Your annual electricity bill has been estimated from the specified electricity use. The following information has been used to calculate the approximate costs and savings:

  • Generation tariff you will be paid: 41.3p/kWh
  • Export tariff you will be paid: 3p/kWh
  • Unit electricity cost you currently pay: 13p/kWh

These calculations assume that 50% of the electricity is used in the home, with 50% exported to the national grid.

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