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September 2018

Stuart  Leaver Stuart Leaver Analyst
Introduced in April 2010, the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme supports below 5MW generation sites, with payments for the electricity they generate and the power they export onto the distribution network. These payments are shared equally across all suppliers on a quarterly basis, depending on market share, and then passed through to consumer bills. Costs associated with the FiT scheme are volatile given their quarterly nature and dependence on renewables generation. As a supplier, it is crucial that you understand how these costs may change and what to pass-through to your customers. The Feed-in Tariff Forecast provides you with a quarterly estimate of FiT costs over the coming three years, helping you manage your budgets and keep you cost base in check. The report also comes with a monthly capacity and FiT scheme update to keep you up to date with the latest market and policy developments.

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