The solar panel feed-in tariff (FIT) closes to new applicants who generate renewable electricity at the end of March 2019. Find out if you can afford to buy solar pv without subsidies, plus if you can save money with solar panels.
A new solar panel payment scheme is proposed by the government, after the current feed-in tariff (FIT) scheme closes. It would pay consumers for excess renewable electricity exported to the grid. Are solar panels right for your home?
New solar panel owners won't be paid for electricity given to the grid after the feed-in tariff scheme, which pays homeowners for generating renewable electricity, closes.
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Solar panel costs are falling but with the feed-in tariff set to close, how much should you pay for solar pv and will you ever make your money back?
The best solar panel brands, revealed by the biggest Which? solar panel survey yet. Find out what owners think of solar pv and how much solar panels cost.
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