Feed In Tariff

What was that about avoiding Boom and Bust?

by Mel Starrs on January 5, 2012

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We’re still awaiting resolution to the FiT fiasco (the government have appealed the High Court ruling so basically we are all still in limbo – no-one knows what the current rate is – hopiung to find out by January 11, maybe…). In the meantime, Building have reported the numbers for PV installations over the last […]

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This will be my final post on the solar FiT consultation for now. I’ll start with a quick overview and then comment on the consultation itself. There has been so much comment and articles elsewhere trying to keep up with absolutely everything has been impossible (especially with all the other announcements and consultations out right […]

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This is the fourth in my series of blog posts on the feed-in-tariff cuts for PV consultation. The previous entries are: Feed-in-tariff for PV review – the number crunching PV Feed-in-Tariff Review: Impact on the private householder with capital market Fuel poverty, roof renting and Feed-in-tariff – some number crunching I reckon I have one […]

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In this second installation of my posts on the recent PV FiT review, I am going to concentrate on the private householder market. These are individuals with capital in the bank who have the roof space available and have decided their money is better off invested on their roof rather than in the bank. Firstly, […]

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This is part one in my series of posts in response to the Feed-in-tariff review – I’ve had a request for the number crunching first, so I’m not going to comment on the wider issues until later posts. These numbers are illustrative only and not intended to be taken as financial advice (obvious – but […]

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Quite a week for PV (some of what follows also relates to other small scale renewables but PV is the main issue here). An announcement was made by HCA last week regards double counting funding with regards to FiT (feed-in-tariff). The gist is that FiT cannot be claimed by Partners on NAHP funded schemes for […]

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The great FiT debate

by Mel Starrs on March 29, 2010

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Unless you have been under a rock for the past few weeks, you can’t have failed to notice the latest undiginified mud-slinging match between parties who are all allegedly “on the same side”. Putting aside what these puerile rants do for the image of the industry (have we learnt nothing from climate-gate?), who said what […]

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