Feed in Tariff

Can my own electricity generation work with your supply?


We are an Ofgem licensed voluntary Feed in Tariff scheme (FITs) supplier, which means we can help you generate green electricity from your home.

FITs was introduced by the Government to promote small-scale renewable and low carbon electricity generation. Under the scheme, we make regular payments to householders that generate their own electricity from renewable or low carbon sources.


- Solar electricity (PV)

- Wind turbine

- Hydroelectricity

- Anaerobic digestion

- Micro combined heat and power


The FITs scheme guarantees a minimum payment for all electricity generated by you, as well as a separate payment for the electricity you export to the national grid. These payments are in addition to the savings made by using your own electricity. You will be paid for all the electricity you generate, even if you use it all yourself.


Generation tariff: We will pay you a set rate for each unit (or kWh) of electricity you generate. The tariff will remain the same for 20 years or 25 years in the case of solar electricity (PV). 


Export tariff: You will be paid a further rate for each unit you export to the national grid.


Electricity bill savings: Because you are generating electricity to help power your home you will not have to buy as much electricity from your supplier.


Application process


To request a FITs application pack, please email us at [email protected], providing your full name and postal address.


Once we have validated and processed your application, we will register your installation on the Central FIT register. Once it’s included on the register, we will send you a FITs scheme summary together with the scheme Terms and Conditions. Carefully read and sign the FITs summary and the Statement of Terms before returning both documents.


After we receive the signed FITs Summary and Terms and Conditions, we will confirm that we are your FITs supplier.  


You then only need to contact us to provide us with your quarterly meter readings.




Once we have accepted and verified your quarterly reading and the FITs period has ended, payment will be made to you within 20 working days of receipt by us of the cleared payment from Ofgem, which is normally 25 working days after the end of the quarterly period.


Contact us


Please contact us for further details of how iSupplyEnergy can support you with FITs: [email protected]


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