On 9 June 2011, DECC confirmed tariff reductions for Pv installations of more than 50 KW after 1 August 2011.  Many were disappointed by the DECC decision.  It was assumed that the overall subsidies to the PV industry would remain unchanged, but that the tariffs for large installations would be reduced in favour of small installations. The control of the fast track was based on the long-term plan for an annual installation of 1.9 GW in 2020.  Many renewable sources are highly dependent on their location. For example, wind turbines are most profitable on windy sites and solar installations are best placed in sunny places. This means that generators are usually concentrated on these most profitable sites. It applies to most renewable energy sources, namely sun, wind, hydraulics, geothermal, biomass, waste, etc. As part of a gross redemption fee that is not available for new connections, you are paid for each electrical unit produced by your solar panels, since all the electricity produced by your facility bypasses your home and is exported to the grid (power lines). . . .
Solar Panel Fit Agreement
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