Our Feed-in tariff
The Feed-in tariff (FiT) is a payment made to those choosing to generate their own renewable electricity.
Helping people and businesses to generate their own electricity is at the heart of what Good Energy does. It’s the foundation on which we see a 100% renewable UK being built.
Good Energy pioneered rewards for renewable generators a decade ago and supports a growing community of them across the country. The introduction of the government Feed-in Tariff scheme in April 2010 has encouraged thousands more people to start generating their own green electricity from solar panels, wind turbines and micro-hydroelectricity sources. In this section you can find all the information you need to apply for the Feed-in Tariff with Good Energy, as well as details of the FiT payment process.
If you’d like to apply for the Feed-in Tariff for a renewable generation system (like solar panels) that you’ve recently installed, please download the application form below that best describes the renewable energy system you have in your home or business.
Important changes to the Feed-in Tariffs scheme
On 17 December 2015 the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced some important changes to the Feed-in Tariff scheme. You can find out more about these changes through our Feed-In Tariff FAQs. Full details of the changes are available on the government’s Ofgem website.
Important information for existing FiT customers:
In order to process your FiT payments we need your bank details. If you haven’t already given us your bank details, please contact our customer care team on 0800 254 0000.
If we don’t have your bank details, your FiT payment may be delayed.
For further Feed-in tariff information:
Feed-in tariff terms and conditions pdf 80KB
Feed-in tariff application for household solar under 30kW pdf 133KB
Feed-in tariff application for other types of energy and solar above 30kW pdf 91KB
Feed-in tariff change of ownership application.pdf pdf 120KB
Feed-in Tariff switch application.pdf pdf 119KB
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