Feed-in Tariff export rates are between 5 and 7p per kWh. By switching to our Solar Savings export tariff, you’ll earn 15p per kWh instead.
Your Solar Savings payments will be added to your Good Energy account, helping you save on your green energy bills.
Ready to start making Solar Savings?
Simply complete our short online form and we’ll get you set up on your new export tariff.
How much could I earn?
As a guide, the average British household that exports around 50% of the electricity it generates could earn over £210 on our 15p per kWh rate*. That’s over £100 more than you would earn for exporting the same amount on the highest FIT export rate, which is 6.79p
What else do I need to know?
Solar Savings is a variable tariff
With the rate updated every 3 months to make sure you receive a fair price. The rate can go down as well as up.
Your earnings will vary depending on the volume of electricity you export
If you decide Solar Savings isn’t for you, you’ll be able to switch to another supplier. You can also move back onto your smart FIT export rate with Good Energy after 12 months
Solar Savings will replace your FIT export payment
Your generation payments, which make up the majority of your FIT earnings, will still be paid at your current rate.
Switch to Solar Savings
*The top paying FIT export rate is 6.79p per kWh. The average UK household solar array (3.25kW) produces 2,874kWh and exports 50% of this. An export of 1,437kWh, at 6.79p per kWh equates to £97.50 FIT export payment per year. Solar Savings pays 15p per kWh creating a benefit to you of £118 by switching to Solar Savings. You may earn more or less than this depending on the volume of electricity you export.