Statement By DECC on Feed In Tariff Case
Monday, 16 January 2012 00:00

The uncertain future of the UK's solar incentive scheme continues, after three Court Appeal’s judges failed to reach a decision as to whether the government's proposed changes to the feed-in tariff scheme was unlawful.

"The Court of Appeal has not yet decided whether to give permission for an appeal or made a judgement on the FITs case. The Court will wrap up the decision on permission for an appeal and a possible judgement if an appeal is allowed in the next few weeks. Once the outcome is known we will consider our options and make an announcement on the way forward to provide clarity to consumers and industry."


The REAL Assurance Scheme have put a short statement from DECC on their website confirming that “the tariff rate for PV installations less than or equal to 4kW will not fall below 21p for installations with an eligibility date between 12th December 2011 and 31st March 2012”.

At 21p per kWh the PV market in the UK is still continuing. Quality installation businesses with a good sales and service process are still thriving.  At Solar Systems the management is of the opinion that there is a very high possibility that the Feed In Tariff rate will be cut again after the 31st March.

We have systems to suit all size properties, both string and micro-inverter types, all at very competitive prices.  We design our systems (where possible) to ensure they produce a financial return in excess of 10%.  Please call Jeremy, our office manager, who will be only too pleased to advise on this fantastic investment.

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