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Re: Anybody know anything about the new Feed in tariffs?
by Ted Marynicz at 2009-08-15 15:06:01 (Forum::Public::Wind)
That's right. Anyone with an existing system < 50kW is given no choice but to move from ROCs to FITs at a fixed 9p/kWh on total generation plus whatever you can get for export.

Existing systems > 50kW will stay in ROCs.

Owners of new systems > 50kW will have a one-off choice to go with FITs or ROCs. No flipping from one to the other is allowed.

Systems > 5MW all register under ROCs.

At least those are the current proposals - they could be changed before implementation next April.

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ted

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