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The Feed in Tariff is a government scheme based on a German model, designed to promote and incentivise the installation of renewable energy systems that produce electricity, by paying people for every kilowatt they generate.

Current technologies in the FIT are:

Frequently asked questions

How do I qualify?

isoenergy are MCS accredited for the following technologies: ground source/ air source heat pumps. solar pv, solar thermal, biomass.

The majority of isoenergy's FIT eligible installs are systems below 50kW.

There are two major criteria for these systems to qualify.

  • MCS Certified Equipment - Installed equipment must be certified by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).
  • MCS Accredited Installer.

isoenergy is a fully accredited member of the MCS scheme. We ensure that we only install MCS accredited equipment whenever possible. This includes the vast majority, if not all, of our solar PV systems.

isoenergy will, where approporiate, help advise and assist with any extra forms or applications required by the FIT scheme to make your installation run as smoothly as possible.

What is the Solar PV benefit?

Regardless of size of install you can be generating a 9-11% return on investment (ROI) within minutes of the final system commissioning.

By far the easiest and most popular technology in the FIT is Solar PV. Installation is possible in a vast majority of properties, regardless of size and can be generating a 9-11% return on investment (ROI) within minutes of the final system commissioning. Refer to the Ofgem website for further information and updates.

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