Feed-In Tariff (FIT) rates
Here you can find the tariff rates available under the FIT scheme. The tariff rate tables for all installations have been determined and published in accordance with the Feed-in Tariffs Order 2012 (as amended).
The FIT scheme is a government programme designed to promote the uptake of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies. Introduced on 1 April 2010, the scheme requires participating licensed electricity suppliers (FIT Licensees) to make payments on both generation and export from eligible installations.
Once you’re accredited, a tariff will be assigned to your installation based on a number of factors including but not limited to technology, Total Installed Capacity (TIC), and your position in deployment caps. For more information, see Feed-in Tariffs deployment caps reports.
FIT payments are made based on meter readings taken from compliant metering and submitted to the elected FIT Licensee. For more information, see FIT licensee contact details.
Tariff rates are set by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Please find the tariff tables for the current FIT Year below, or alternatively see future tariff rates.
Important things to note:
Tariff rates are adjusted annually, in line the Retail Prices Index (RPI). The tables below reflect the current FIT year rate for all tariffs.
Deployment caps have applied to the scheme since 8 February 2016.These limit the capacity that can receive a particular FIT tariff rate in a particular tariff period.
The Higher, Middle and Lower tariff rates are only applicable to solar PV installations, the rating is based on if the Energy Efficiency Requirement for the building that the PV is wired to provide electricity to has been met and if the owner has multiple installations:
Higher- EPC of level D or above was issued before the commissioning date of the installation, and the owner does not have 25 or more installations
Middle- EPC of level D or above was issued before the commissioning date of the installation, and the owner does have 25 or more installations
Lower- EPC of level D or above was not issued before the commissioning date of the installation