Energymyway Middlesex and South Herts are delighted to announce the possibility the FIT will be 43p/KWp until March 2012!

After deliberating since January 13, the Court of Appeal has today denied the Department of Energy and Climate Change a hearing for its appeal against the High Court?s December ruling on UK solar feed-in tariffs.

However, DECC are taking their appeal to the Supreme Court. If they win their appeal at the Supreme Court the FiT rate will 21p as from 12th December 2011.

We at energymyway middlesex and herts believe that DECC are unlikely to win their appeal in the Supreme Court and are trying to drag out the whole process to limit the number of installations which attract the higher 43.3p rate.

If you decide to go ahead with your Solar PV installation before 3rd of March you are quite likely to receive a Feed-in Tariff rate of 43.3p / kWh.

To find out more please see: ‘DECC is denied feed-in-tariff appeal’

Take advantage of this higher Feed-in-Tariff rate and book your free renewable energy survey now. Call EnergyMyWay Middlesex and South Herts on 0208 0909694 or email


James Eades

By: James Eades

Operations Director, James Eades is EnergyMyWay's in-house expert on renewable energy policy, microgeneration technologies and best practice in the renewable energy industry.