Only 9 weeks left to install on 21p tariffApril 5, 2012
Right now the feed-in tariff can give you returns of up to 11.7%. But you’ll need to act quickly – on 1 July the rate could be reduced to as little as 13.6p.
Back in February the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) released a schedule for the gradual reduction of the feed-in tariff (FIT). It stated that, depending on the total amount of solar PV installed in March and April, the current tariff of 21p per kilowatt hour would fall to 13.6-16.5p. Since 139 MW of PV systems were installed in March alone, it’s likely we’ll be looking at the lower end of the range.
Our customers are getting great returns right now. If you’d like to join them, there are only 12 weeks left to benefit. July may seem like a long way off right now, but in busy periods it typically takes three to four weeks to evaluate a property, carry out a site survey, produce an energy performance certificate (EPC) and schedule the install.
Up to 11.7% returns with our April pricing
There’s an extra reason to be quick. We’re offering to pay the VAT on all systems we quote in April, so a 3.92 kWp EvoEnergy system – made up of 16 panels from world-leading manufacturer Suntech – costs just £8,500. That includes a top-quality Kaco inverter, all labour and scaffolding, and production of an EPC.
This system could generate up to 3,365 kWh a year, giving annual FIT payments of £759 and bill savings of £242. That’s a tax-free earning of £1,001 – even before you take inflation and future energy price rises into account.
It’s an unmissable return on investment of 11.7% and means the system will have paid for itself in less than eight and a half years.
To benefit from our April offer, give us a call today. Alternatively, submit your details online and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.