New feed-in tariff rates from April 2011
Posted by Cathy Debenham on 14 March 2011 at 9:12 am
The feed-in tariff is linked to the retail price index, so rates will increase (or decrease) each year in line with inflation. The rates for the year commencing 1 April 2011 will be as follows:
Combined heat and power (CHP)
CHP with electrical capacity of 2kW or less: up 0.5p, to 10.5p per kWh (kilowatt hour).
Less than 15kW: up by 1p, to 20.9p per kWh
16 -10kW: up by 0.9p, to 18.7p per kWh
Up to 4kW installed on new build: up by 1.7p, to 37.8p per kWh
Up to 4kW retrofitted: up by 2p, to 43.3p per kWh
4 - 10kW: up by 1.7p, to 37.8p per kWh
11 - 100kW: up by 1.5p, to 32.9p per kWh
Up to 1.5kW: up by 1.7p, to 36.2p per kWh
1.6 - 15kW: up by 1.3p, to 28p per kWh
>15 - 100kW: up by 1.2p, to 25.3p per kWh
Early adopters rate (payable to those who installed prior to 15 July 2009): 9.4p per kWh (up from 9p).
The export tariff will increase to 3.1p per kWh (from 3p currently).
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