Should you go ahead with an installation, and what if you’ve already got panels? How the solar panel subsidy cuts will affect you
The Department of Energy and Climate Change is undertaking a review of the whole feed-in tariff structure that has so far led to panels being installed on many UK homes.
If you are planning to install panels, you should act fast before any changes are made. Existing levels of 12.47 (p/kWh) will be paid to anyone who installs by 31st December. After this, it is proposed that the levels will drop significantly…so the message is, DON’T DELAY, DO IT NOW.
What is you’ve already got panels installed. Will the review affect me?. No. The Government has confirmed it will not cut future payments promised to households that have already installed panels – in most cases for 20-25 years depending on when they were installed