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If you have any of these domestic renewable technologies:

  • Solar PV
  • Wind turbines
  • Anaerobic digestion
  • Micro CHP generators

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What's it all about?

EDF Energy is a Mandatory FiT Licensee

If you install technology that generates electricity from a renewable source you may be eligible for one of the government incentives which support or reward you for the energy you generate. If you produce electricity you could also save money on your electricity bill if you use your own electricity and get an additional payment for some of the surplus electricity you generate and export to the grid.

Benefits of a Feed-in Tariff

  • Generation tariff: Your energy supplier will pay you a set rate for each unit (or kWh) of electricity you generate. Once your system has been registered, the tariff levels are guaranteed for the period of the tariff (up to 20 years) and are index-linked.
  • Export tariff: You will get a further amount from your FiT Licensee for energy you export back to the electricity grid.
  • Energy bill savings: You will be making savings on your electricity bills, because generating electricity to power your appliances means you don’t have to buy as much electricity from your energy supplier. The amount you save will vary depending how much of the electricity you use on site.

Already registered for a Feed-in Tariff?

If you're already registered for a Feed-in Tariff with us you can submit a meter reading. We'll then check all the details, validate your meter reading and make a payment in accordance with your statement of terms.

Renewable Heat Incentive

The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government-backed financial scheme designed to promote renewable heat at home which is currently being run by Ofgem.

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Contact Us

If you have any queries regarding Feed-in Tariff applications or meter reads you can contact our Green Team on 0800 404 9087(1). Lines open 8.00am to 8.00pm Monday to Friday and 8.30am to 2.00pm on Saturday.