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Feed-in tariffs are part of what some people call Clean Energy Cashback, a scheme that pays people for creating their own electricity.
The Government introduced feed-in tariffs to help increase the level of renewable energy in the UK towards our target of 15% of total energy from renewable generation by 2020.
You can find out more about feed-in tariffs on Ofgem’s website www.ofgem.gov.uk.
This is an independent scheme which certifies products and installers in accordance with Energy Networks Association standards and allows you to choose type tested equipment and registered installers.
More information on the MCS can be found on Ofgem’s website www.ofgem.gov.uk.
If you want to install multiple generators which each individually meet the requirements of G831-1 Stage 1 then a completed Stage 2 application is required.
If your generator is not suitable for processing under G83 1-1 and is less than or equal to 17kW single phase or 50kW three phase a G592 SEG application should be submitted.
If your connection is over 50kW three-phase then our Major Connection Contracts application should be completed and returned to firstname.lastname@example.org.
will need to provide an entry duct into your property or properties so we can
install our service cable into your meter position. We will give you details
in your quotation.
You may also elect to carry out cable trenching work and installation of road crossing ducts on your
site. If you decide to carry out this work, we will provide you with a
specification for this with your quotation.