I have solar panels - can I still switch?
If you'd like to change your FIT or SEG provider, you'll need to arrange this with your chosen supplier – you can't do this through Cheap Energy Club.
Most of the big energy companies are obliged to pay a feed-in tariff to you if you generate renewable energy at home through your solar panels and you had your panels installed between April 2010 and March 2019. Some smaller companies don't offer feed-in tariffs. To find out which ones do, see Ofgem's website.
The SEG, which replaced the FIT scheme in April 2019, works by requiring energy suppliers with 150,000+ customers to offer 'tariffs' to households in England, Scotland and Wales, which pay a set rate for each kilowatt hour (kWh) of electricity you generate from solar panels, but DON'T use yourself, so you sell it back to the grid. The amount you get back varies by company.
See our Solar Panels guide for more info.
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