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16
SEP
2015

Considering solar panels? Act now before the big cuts

Since the Government launched the Feed-in-Tariff Scheme back in 2010, it’s about to have the biggest shake up yet. According to the latest reports, the Government are proposing to cut solar panel earnings from £515 per year to £135 per year, leading to the phased closure of the...
05
JUL
2014

Solar PV – Still a great investment for properties with EPC band E or below?

The feed-in-tariff payment depends on the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for your property. To ensure you are eligible for the lucrative FIT payment, your property must reach EPC band D or above, otherwise the lower Feed-In-Tariff payment will be made. So if you’re in...
16
MAR
2014

FIT Solar PV Rates – The Latest

The amount that is paid for energy generated from solar panels is set to reduce at the end of this month, as the potential returns of harnessing the sun that beats down on your roof are trimmed once again. The continuing fall of the cost of panels means the average size of...
28
JUN
2013

Solar PV FIT Rates Changing

Ofgem have confirmed the feed-in tariff rates (FiT) for solar photovoltaic technology for the period starting 1 July 2013 until 1 October 2013. The periodic reduction of feed-in tariffs on the basis of deployment has been reviewed again. Solar PV Systems Registered from 1 July...
11
JUN
2013

New Solar MCS PV Standards

What does MCS Mean? Norcroft Energy are MCS accredited. This is a mark of quality and demonstrates compliance to industry standards that companies strive to meet. It highlights to our consumers that Norcroft are able to consistently install to the highest quality every time. New...
31
MAY
2013

Changes to the Feed-In Tariff

The Feed-In Tariff (FIT) scheme has undergone a number of significant changes since its launch on 1 April 2010. A number of these changes have come into effect as part of the FIT Comprehensive Review consultation run by DECC, which took place between 31 October 2011 and 26 April...