Feed-in Tariff fixed at higher rate until January 2015

Good news for anyone considering installing solar panels this year.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has announced that there will be no change to the Feed-in Tariff rate for Solar PV systems below 50kW until January.

Black on slate solar panels

Black on Slate (solar slates)

Solar panels remain the UK’s most popular renewable energy technology and the continued strength of the Feed-in Tariff means they remain a very attractive investment. EnergyMyWay customers are achieving returns of up to 15% in tax-free, index-linked revenue for 20 years.

Feed-in Tariff rates for Solar PV installations commissioned before 1st January 2015

Size of systemTariffs from 01.10.18
Pence / kwh
? 4 kWp (new build)3.86p
? 4 kWp retro fit3.86p
Between 4 kWp and 10 kWp3.86p
Between 10 kWp and 50 kWp4.11p
Between 50 kWp and 150 kWp1.58p
Standalone system0.08p

More about the Feed-in Tariff

If you are considering solar panels for your home or business, make sure you get in touch with EnergyMyWay and arrange a no-obligation survey now to take advantage of this year’s Feed-in Tariff rate.

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.