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Last update: 19.06.2014

National Contact Point: eclareon GmbH - Edoardo Binda Zane
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The latest estimations (November 2013) of the amount of installed PV power in the UK by the Department of Energy and Climate Change indicated that there are about 2.6 GW of installed PV capacity in operation, mainly concentrated in the residential and commercial market segment. Larger installations are also present but to a lesser extent. ... (Unhide text)
 
Residential systems can count on a quite swift procedure with minor and relatively few barriers in the installation process, as it takes between 2 and 4 weeks to complete the whole process.

Apply for FITs Payments

To claim the Feed-in Tariff an application must be made by the generator to an Electricity Supplier (the Licensee) who is in the FITs scheme. The application includes filling in details such as:
•Payment types (generation and/or export payments)
•Owners contact details
•Generator location (if different to above)
•Type of generation equipment (solar PV, wind, other)
•New building / existing building
•Building type (domestic, commercial, industrial, etc)
•System size (in Kilowatts or Megawatts)
•Date of installation / commissioning
•MCS details (You must include a copy of your MCS certificate, which should be supplied to you by your installer, to qualify) or ROO-FIT details for installation larger than 50kW.
•Generation meter details (none, or model, serial number and meter reading)
•Export meter details (none, or model, serial number and meter reading)
•Import meter details
•FIT payment details (Who and where should the payments be made to)
•Signature and Date
All suppliers with more than 50k domestic customers must offer FITs, smaller suppliers can volunteer to do so. A list of Licensees can be found on the Ofgem website. A generator can assign their right to FITs payments to a third party (nominated recipient) by way of bilateral agreement. The Electricity Supplier will then register the application with Ofgem and Ofgem will then review and approve your application.
 
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Authority NameGemserv
SpecialistsMCS Installer