Heard the news? Solar PV Feed-in Tariff rates still give great returns

It’s true that the government appeal to the supreme courts may still result in the 43.3p feed-in-tariff rate extending until the beginning of March, but even if you are not lucky enough to get your Solar PV installation completed in time, the new 21p rate still gives very attractive returns.

Solar PV Door Drop Leaflet February 2012 for Birmingham and Black CountryIf you live in any of the following areas, you may have received a mailing from us at EnergyMyWay highlighting the high returns you’ll get from the Feed-in Tariff at the new 2012 rate.

  • Harborne and Kings Heath
  • Sutton Coldfield
  • Upper Aston and Oaken, Wolverhampton
  • Lichfield and parts of Tamworth

If you haven’t received our Solar PV leaflet, you’ll be pleased to know, the price of Solar Panels has dropped dramatically in recent months. With electricity prices still on the rise, it all adds up to Solar PV making perfect sense for many homeowners looking to install a renewable energy solution.

The latest leaflet from EnergyMyWay demonstrates how you can still earn around 10% return, tax free for 25 years.

If you received a Solar PV mailing or not, do get in touch for a free renewable energy home survey and we will provide you with everything you need to know to decide which renewable technology is best suited to your property in Birmingham and The Black Country.

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.