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Articles About Feed In Tariffs

A “feed-in tariff” is the dollar amount paid to owners of a renewable generation system (e.g. solar panels) for each kilowatt-hour of electricity sent to the grid. Feed-in tariffs can be set either below or above the retail cost of energy, and how good they are for homeowners depends on that relative value.

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Solar Fred’s Most Useful Solar Economic Posts on SolarPowerRocks.com

Photo : Flickr/Patrick Hosely For the last 3 years, SolarPowerRocks is and has been a very useful resource for solar consumers. We’ve got tons of information about technology and solar economics–some of which needs a bit of updating because solar rebates change so often in so many states. Forgive us. However, there are some evergreen […]

Last modified: May 7, 2020

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Solar Fred Info: What’s a Feed in Tariff?

When people talk about solar incentives, a Feed in Tariff (FiT) is often mentioned as a quick-start solution to getting people to go solar. So what’s a Feed in Tariff and why isn’t every state doing it? Here’s a brief explanation: What is it: A Feed in Tariff is an incentive system to promote solar, […]

Last modified: December 28, 2018

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