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  • 1. The independent renewable energy consultants
  • 2.
    • Feed in Tariff (FIT)- April 2010
    • Renewable Heat incentive (RHI)- April 2011
    • Clean Energy Cashback
    Renewable energy is profitable!
  • 3. Feed In Tariff
    • Generate your own electricity.
    • Solar (PV).
    • Wind turbines.
    • Others
  • 4. How does it work?
    • Get paid for generating electricity regardless.
    • Savings on using electricity generated
    • Paid for “exporting” excess.
  • 5. What else?
    • FIT payments guaranteed for up to 25 yrs.
    • Payments index linked.
    • Tax free for domestic.
  • 6. Grants
    • Forget it!!!
  • 7. What are the payments?
    • FIT payments up to 43.1p/KWh
    • Market average price for electricity-11p/KWh.
    • “ Export”- 3p/KWh
  • 8. So how much will I save?
    • Generate 2000KWh/a
    • FIT - £826
    • Savings - £110
    • “ Export” - £30
    • Total - £966
  • 9. How much will it cost me?
    • £12-£13k.
    • VAT- 5%!
    • MCS accredited installer.
  • 10. Is that good then?
      • ROI - > 8%/annum
      • Bank - < 1.5%/annum!
      • Bank after 25 yrs @ 4% - £32K (pre tax)
      • Solar - £40k after 25yrs (Tax free!).
  • 11. Don't take my word for it!
    • Commercial “Roof Renting”
      • Private investors
      • Pension funds
  • 12. Why are they doing it?
      • Returns are much higher!
      • Cheaper cost per Kwp installed.
      • Guaranteed!!!
  • 13. Who pays for it?
      • Not the Government!
      • Your energy supplier!
      • You and Me!
  • 14. How Much will it cost us then?
      • Germany World leaders.
      • Suggested 1.5% - 2%.
  • 15. What other reasons?
      • PR! Great “green story”
      • Code for Sustainable Homes
      • CRC!
      • Feel good!
  • 16. What else is coming?
      • Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
      • Solar thermal (hot water).
      • Heat pumps.
      • Biomass.
  • 17. What's that?
      • Due in April 2011.
      • Similar process.
      • Different levels of payment.
  • 18. How much will I save with this?
      • Solar Thermal – ROI 6%
      • The others – ROI 12%!
  • 19. Interested???
      • Speak to Me!!
      • Barry Nutley (Greenenergychap)
      • 0845 437 4484
      • www.viridisec.co.uk
      • [email_address]
  • 20. Presented by Barry Nutley (Greenenergychap)