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Sustainable Energy

GOING RENEWABLE WITH FEC

At French Electrical we are wanting to provide people with a guide on how to use renewable energy within your homes, it sent just important to the environment to use renewable energy, but could reduce your energy bill significantly and in some cases allow the energy companies to pay you for the electricity your making in your home. 

Types of Renewable Energy  FEC Provides

WHY RENEWABLE ENERGY

REDUCE ENERGY BILL COSTS AND IN COME CASES HGET PAID FROM ENERGY PROVIDES.

HELPS A SUSTAINABLE AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT

SUPPORT SCHEMES THAT CAN HELP YOU 

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Support Schemes for Renewable Energy

In the UK there are several schemes that provide financial support for renewable energy. These schemes encourage technological development and wider adoption of renewables which in turn lead to economies of scale and lower costs.

  • The Renewable Obligation (RO) is intended to encourage renewable electricity generation for large scale installations. It requires suppliers to source an ever increasing amount of the electricity from renewable sources. The RO rewards renewable output over the lifetime of a project.

  • The Feed-in Tariff (FiT) is designed to support small scale renewable installations up to 5MW. Through FiTs, generators are paid a tariff for every unit of electricity they produce. Any electricity not used on site can also be sold back into the Grid, and generators are paid extra to do this. Find out more about the FiT scheme at Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

  • A new scheme to support renewables and other low carbon technologies is currently being developed through Electricity Market Reform. The scheme will be called a Feed in Tariff with a Contract for Difference (CfD).

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