◊The information provided on this website on energy savings and energy consumption is provided as a guide to illustrate how householders might save energy. In all cases these are typical figures based on information provided by the Energy Savings Trust and other sources. Actual energy savings will vary depending on a householder’s circumstances.
‡‡Based on the equivalent saving of 14p per standard unit rate of electricity, which may vary from time to time, and a proposed Feed-in-Tariff of 21p/kWh as mandated by Government as of 1st April 2011 plus 4.5p/kWh as an export tariff from Southern Electric (deemed FiT export level set by the Government in Article 14(b) of the Feed-in-Tariffs Order 2010. For retrofit systems ‹4kW. Cost base on a 2.75 kWp system, fully installed including delivery and VAT and an annual output of 2361 kWh and 50% of the energy consumed within the house – south facing with the 30 degree pitch. Actual energy savings vary depending on a householder’s circumstances. Figures subject to change following Government market assessments every 3 months from 1st August 2012.
The government have announced a new requirement for homes to have an energy performance certificate (EPC) assessment prior to the install, which will determine the tariff rate the house is eligible for. The government have also announced the FiT rate is due to be cut to 15.44p/kwh on 1st November 2012 for houses that score a D or above rating on their EPC. The rate for D or below homes will remain unchanged at 7.1p/kwh
**The aggregate electricity consumed by M&S Energy customers is matched by electricity that has the Renewable Electricity Guarantee of Origin (REGO). SSE Energy Supply Ltd is part of the SSE Group, of which SSE Generation Ltd is also a member. SSE Generation Ltd generates more renewable electricity than any other energy company in the UK. Based on installed capacity as at 31.5.10 http://www.decc.gov.uk/en/content/cms/statistics/publications/dukes/dukes.aspx (Chapter 5).
*Receive £10 M&S voucher per fuel on initial successful registration to M&S Energy; Receive £5 M&S voucher per fuel for each complete 12 month continuous period with M&S Energy; When a 10% or more energy reduction is achieved across the set 12 month period at the same property dual fuel and electricity Economy 7 two rate tariff customers receive a £30 M&S voucher. Electricity single rate customers receive a £15 M&S voucher. This will continue each year at the same property compared with the previous review period; Dual fuel and electricity Economy 7 two rate tariff customers receive a £10 M&S voucher and electricity single rate tariff customers receive a £5 M&S voucher for signing up to paperless billing.
To help us track if you’ve managed to reduce your energy and earn your reward make sure you give us your meter readings. We recommend around every 90 days.
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