The Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme closed to new applicants on 1st April 2019. This does not affect installations which are already registered for FiT. See Ofgem announcement .
If you're not already registered for FiT, but you have installed renewable or low carbon technology, you may be able to apply for the Smart Export Guarantee.
You're paid for every kilowatt-hour (kWh) of electricity you generate from a renewable or low-carbon source, such as solar PV (photovoltaic), even if you use it.
You're also paid for the electricity you don’t use that’s exported to the grid.
FiT payments are made quarterly, based on your meter readings.
British Gas are a FiT licensee and make FiT payments to businesses who qualify.
You can sign up to the FiT scheme if you're:
Your installation must be:
FiT applications can still be processed up to 31st March 2020 provided:
Your business can register for FiT by filling in our application form (PDF, 125kb).
You can also apply for an existing British Gas Feed-in Tariff to be registered in your name, by filling in our change of ownership form.
And you can switch your business Feed-in Tariff payments to British Gas by filling in our switch request form.
Once you've filled in the relevant form, scan and email your documents to us at email@example.com.
Or you can post your form and documents to:
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ROO-FIT installations up to 5MW need to be submitted to Ofgem for preliminary accreditation on or before 31st March 2019.
For the latest Feed-in Tariff rates, see the Ofgem website.