Saturday, 5 December 2009

Feed in Tariffs - details won't be announced until next year.

Feed-in Tariffs are the latest buzz for the renewable energy installation companies as April 2010 looms every nearer - April is when the Government's feed-in tariffs scheme is supposed to be starting.

However, as reported on the Business Green website, fears are now growing that the April launch date could be delayed amidst news that the final details of the scheme, including the actual incentives will not be announced until the New Year.

Renewable energy firms are worried that the late announcement will leave them little time to put systems in place for the new incentives.

Some see the delay as a good thing though, claiming that this will give the renewable energy sector more time to lobby for greater incentives for homeowners and businesses to install renewable energies like solar panels and wind turbines.

With feed-in tariffs, the greatest savings are made by those that are able to get in on the scheme at the very start. Installation companies will no doubt see a boom in demand which could easily mean a delay in starting individual installations.

If you're planning on making use of the proposed feed-in tariff system when it is introduced or you're thinking of getting solar heating or photovoltaic systems installed on your property, you'll want to read the full article - click here.

photo credit: conner395

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