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By generating renewable energy yourself, you can save money on your energy bills. If you have solar panels or generate your own renewable energy and are a 100Green customer, we can give you credit on your account for any excess electricity you export back to the grid.
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If you are thinking of installing renewable generation technology, why not contact our generation team? We can give you advice and talk you through our Export Tariff.
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Yes you can. Whether you are a biogas generator, a commercial scale renewable generator, a generator accredited under the RO, a larger scale generator accredited under the FiT, or about to have a generation station built, we’d love to know more. Please visit our commercial page.
Or if you are a domestic generator of energy, we can also buy what you don’t use.
If we supply your electricity and you own a home renewable generation installation (less than 30kW), then you may qualify for our Export Tariff.
We’ll ‘pay you back’ for any electricity you export into the grid by crediting your import account for each metered unit (kWh) of renewable electricity exported. Talk to us about our current rates.
Small-scale generators have renewable generation technology installed with a maximum generating capacity of under 30kW. We offer an Export Tariff which provides you with a credit against your import account for each unit of electricity generating and exported to the national grid. Find out more here.
If you have renewable generation technology which hasn’t yet been accredited to the FiT scheme, you can no longer qualify for accreditation on the scheme. This is because the FiT scheme closed to new applicants on 1st April 2019. If you are thinking of investing in a renewable energy generation solution, you should look at our Export Tariff instead.
Yes, if you are a current customer or if you are joining us as a customer and would like to switch your existing FIT registered renewable technology too, just give us a call on 01920 486 156.
As an electricity supplier, we don’t install renewable generation equipment. Your best option for
finding an installer would be to look at the MCS website. Their search tool enables you to find installers for various types of technology in your area.
NOTE: If you do not have a Smart Meter installed, we will ask you for a reading on a monthly basis in order to calculate your credits. We will only be able to calculate credits to actual readings we receive from you (or your Smart Meter).
As part of this tariff, we can accept any renewable generation type which would qualify for REGOs. In most cases our domestic generators have solar PV installed. We also have some small Hydro schemes, Wind Turbines and Micro-CHP generators. You can find out more about our energy here.
Under the Export Tariff, you aren’t tied into a contract. You are free to leave us at any point. However, if you were to leave 100Green for your import supply, you would no longer qualify for Export payments.
Yes, you will still be billed for the electricity you use when your renewable generation equipment is not generating enough to meet the demands of the property. You will also still be charged a daily standing charge which covers the costs associated with delivering electricity to your home.
We understand that in some cases, having a battery can be beneficial. We don’t discourage the use of storage; however, we need to be sure that we are only making payments for the electricity generated by your renewable generation equipment.
If you have a battery installed, we ask that you notify us and send us the single line diagram for the battery. This will enable us to make an assessment of whether the battery impacts your eligibility to receive the Export Tariff.
Yes, you will need an export meter in order to qualify for the Export Tariff. If you have a Smart Meter then you may not need one as they have dual functionality. In the first instance we will attempt to connect to it but if for any reason it doesn’t work, we can organise an upgrade.
Unfortunately, if you do not have a connection to the national grid, you will not be exporting any electricity. Therefore, you will not qualify for payment under the Export Tariff.
Firstly, we need to understand whether the installation is registered for the Feed-in Tariff scheme. If this is the case, we need to go through the process of changing the Feed-in Tariff accreditation in to your name. If not, we can talk you through our Export Tariff.
In either case, the best thing to do is get in touch with us on 01920 486 156 so we can discuss further details.
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