Panel of Supreme Justices refused the Government appeal

Not a cloud in the sky today and looking that way for the next couple of days too according to metcheck for my area. Should be a good week for generation. Already at 107% of the approximate yield for March.

Bring it on £££:cool: :cool: :cool:
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I asked for some advice with regards to the end cost to the average householder for the FiT scheme (I knew it was less than £10) and this is a reply I got:

On domestic bills (it is also effectively added to non-domestic) the average is about £2 a year.

You might point out that the CERT/CESP and ROC contributions (to pay for free/cheap light bulbs, insulation, wind farms and overpriced but subsidised EAGA boiler upgrades) adds about £20 a year.

Choosing to not pay via DD can add around £6 per year too.

Surprising really...

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