Readers may or may not be aware that the government has announced a consultation on drastically reducing or scrapping the solar Feed-in Tariff (FiT) from January 2016. We’re assuming the worst case scenario – that it will go completely. This is likely to mean that the business case for putting solar photovoltaic panels (PV) on most buildings will disappear.READ MORE
Dr Chris Jardine gives his opinion on Ofgem’s recent announcement on Feed in Tariffs
Ofgem recently announced that Feed-in Tariff (FiT) rates for new domestic PV installations would fall from 13.88p/kWh to 13.39p/kWh from April 1st. So how does this change affect the incentives to householders for installing solar PV?