[dropcaps_dark] T [/dropcaps_dark] here are a wide range of incentives to have you fit renewable technologies to your home or business. Listed below are the three main incentives, all made and backed by government guarantees. The RHI and Feed In Tariff pay you for having these technologies installed whilst The Green Deal is more about you getting these technologies installed at little or no up-front cost.

The Feed In Tariff is running now and we can sign you up as soon as you have an install done. The Green Deal will be out early 2013 and the Renewable Heat Incentive is coming out next summer 2013. You can get a Renewable Heat Incentive Premium Payment now to help you with money towards installation, but as said the tariff will not be out till next summer.

Bespoke renewable solutions will be focusing on the Green Deal in Leicester but as of yet it does not look like the Green Deal will cover solar PV within it. However there are other schemes apart from the green deal coming out that may be able to help towards installation of solar PV. We will announce these on our website as and when they are finalised.

We have put as much information in these pages without trying to over complicate things. If you need any help or have any questions, please give us a call. We are here to help and answer any questions you may have. Please see the following pages:

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[button size=”medium” link=”http://www.bespokerenewablesolutions.co.uk/feed-in-tariff/” target=”self”] Feed In Tariff >[/button]

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[button size=”medium” link=”http://www.bespokerenewablesolutions.co.uk/incentives/the-green-deal/” target=”Self”] The Green Deal >[/button]

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The DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change) is the part of  the government that deal with all these policy’s and schemes. They are behind all of these projects to reduce climate change. As a country we have an obligation to reduce carbon emissions by quite an amount over the next few years. Our country faces heavy fines if we don’t meet these targets and that is one of the reasons these schemes have been thought up.

If you would like to look into this further please click on the logos below to go to the relevant government website.

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