The long-awaited replacement to the Feed-in Tariff – The Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) has begun with some generous, and some less than generous offers on the table.
The 1st January deadline for energy suppliers to offer a payment for exported energy has begun with no fanfare, not even a whisper.
While the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) was not expecting every mandated supplier to offer “a really, really decent tariff”, the below chart shows disappointing results. In an article published on the Solar Power Portal last year BEIS said they would like to see six-eight suppliers offering a “really good” tariff.
The latest offers can be seen on The Smart Export Guarantee League Table on the Solar Trade Association website.