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UK Feed in Tariff

UK Feed In Tarrif The Feed in Tariff scheme was introduced on April 1st, 2010 as a support for small scale renewable electricity generation. The scheme is open to both domestic and business users and covers technologies such as Solar PV, Wind, Hydro, CHP and Angerobic Digestion. Installations must be below 5 MW in generation capacity. Domestic vs Commercial Installations Breakdown by Technology 26.4 66.4 0.5 35.2 -38.2 domestic 133.1 solar PV wind commercial 1218.3 481.2 1585.4 anaerobic industrial digestion community hydro micro CHP Installed Capacity (MW) Installed Capacity (MW) Domestic installations account for the largest share of the installed capacity. Commercial installations have the second largest share. Solar PV is the dominant technology in the Feed in Tariff scheme both in terms of the number of installations and installed capacity. 1800 Installed Capacity by Technology 1600 1400 Installed capacity continues to show steady growth despite a slight tail off in domestic solar PV. 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 O solar PV O wind anaerobic digestion hydro Green BusinessWatch.co.uk "Connecting Consumers to Green Companies Sources: http://greenbusinesswatch.co.uk/fit-data-analysis April - June 2010 July - September 2010 October - December 2010 January - March 2011 April - June 2011 July - September 2011 October - December 2011 January - March 2012 April - June 2012 July - September 2012 Uctober - December 2012 anuary - March 2013

UK Feed in Tariff

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The UK Feed in Tariff scheme funds small scale renewable energy technologies such as solar PV, wind, micro combined heat and power, and anaerobic digestion.

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