Welcome to the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) application form
About Feed-in Tariffs
Feed-in Tariffs (FITS) are a scheme, set up by the Government offering customers a financial incentive for generating their own electricity through domestic renewable technologies, including:
- Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
- Wind turbines
- Anaerobic digestion
- Micro CHP generators
Scheme Closure Notice
Please be aware that due to the closure of the Feed in Tariff scheme, all systems must be commissioned on or before 31st March 2019 to be eligible. The scheme has limited capacity and you can read more about it here.
If your installation is above 30kwh you can apply for the Export Tariff. To do this you need to fill in section 5 of this form.
Completing the form
The form should only take a few minutes to complete. Throughout the application you will be asked for the following information, so having this to hand will help speed up the process:
- MPAN number
- Company/Charity registration number
- VAT registration number (if applicable)
- MCS certificate (if you have one)
- EPC number
- ROO-FIT number (if applicable)
- Your bank details for payment instructions
- Generation meter details
Once you have completed the online application you’ll need to print and sign the form and return it to be eligible for FIT payments. You can either:
- scan and email the form to us at email@example.com; or
- post the form to Freepost EDF CUSTOMER CORRESPONDENCE.
What happens once you’ve submitted your application?
Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed and submitted onto the central FIT register, which is administered by Ofgem. Ofgem will then contact us to inform us that the installation is registered. We will then send you our FiTS Statement of Terms which will detail the terms and conditions between you and EDF and all the necessary information you will need for the duration of the contract. Please review the Statement of Terms and sign and post it back to us at: Freepost EDF CUSTOMER CORRESPONDENCE
Once your installation is signed up to FITs we will back date your payments to the date we received the completed form. This will become your eligibility date.
If you have any queries, please contact the Net Zero Hub team on 0333 009 7009
EDF ENERGY ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR THE ACCURACY OF GENERATORS’ APPLICATIONS. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF YOU DO NOT PROVIDE US WITH COMPLETE AND ACCURATE INFORMATION THE TERMS THAT YOU HAVE BEEN QUOTED COULD BE IMPACTED AND MAY CHANGE TO YOUR DETRIMENT E.G. THE PAYMENTS THAT YOU RECEIVE MAY BE REDUCED OR YOU MAY RECEIVE A DIFFERENT TARIFF. PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING INTERNET ADDRESS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE SCHEME:
Continue an existing application
To retrieve an application you've previously saved, please enter your unique application reference number and then click Continue.
Start a new application
If you've received a grant towards this installation you may not be eligible to apply to join EDF Energy's Feed-in Tariff scheme.
Please call our Net Zero Hub Team on 0333 009 7009 for more details. We're open Monday-Friday 8am-8pm and Saturday 8.30am-2pm.
A micro-business is defined by the government as a company that meets one of the following criteria:
- Consumes no more than 100,000kWh of electricity a year, or
- Consumes no more than 293,000kWh of gas a year, or
- Employs fewer than 10 people (or their full-time equivalent) and has an annual turnover or balance sheet of no more than €2 million.
If you don’t meet any of the eligibility criteria you will not qualify for EDF Energy’s FIT scheme. For more information, please contact our Net Zero Hub Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A voluntary FIT licensee must have fewer than 250,000 customers.
Off-grid relates to an installation site which doesn't receive an electricity supply from the national grid and which cannot export to a local distribution network. If this is the case, you won't be entitled to export payments and you must declare that all electricity generated is used onsite for your own consumption.
If your property is commercial your MPAN will be in the 'DNO details' section of your electricity invoice, or if your property is residential it will be in the 'About Your Charges' section of your invoice.