Feed in Tariffs – what has happened?
At Old Mill we have been enthusiastic about the coming of the new Feed-in- Tariff regime to incentivise small scale producers of “green” energy.
Associate Director, Renewable Energy
On 1 April this year, the new regime came into being and the predicted explosion in interest in wind farms, Solar Photovoltaic (PV) and the like... well, it hasn’t really materialised – yet.
It is not a shortage of interest in renewables and feed in tariffs that is the problem; it is that many of those interested don’t have all the pieces of the jigsaw. To make a renewable energy project happen, there are four key factors which all need to be present.
Old Mill can help of course. We couldn’t tell you which PV panel or inverter is right for your project, nor how high a wind turbine ought to be, but we are
one of only a handful of West Country accountants with the knowledge and experience to assist you with the financial modelling, fund raising and above all, sense checking what the sales person is trying to sell you, by ‘benchmarking’ against other projects we have worked with.
If you would like further information we have a renewable energy brochure available on our website.
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