Solar Panels use sunlight to produce electricity you can use in your home. Photons from the Sunlight hit the silicon cells in the solar panel and cause electrons to generate a DC current. To use the Solar Electricity in your home you have to convert the DC (Direct Current) into AC (Alternating Current), which is the job of a Solar inverter. The electricity is then usable in your home. Any excess electricity that is not used is passed into the National Grid.
The Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) scheme is a UK Government scheme designed to encourage uptake of a range of small-scale renewable and low-carbon electricity generation technologies.
Under FITs, you are be paid for the electricity you generate when you have installed a renewable energy source such as solar PV.
When you have applied for the FITs and it's been accepted you will receive payments each quarter based on your generation. This payment is index linked and is guaranteed for 20 years.
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