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  1. infinity
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    infinity Electrician's Arms

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    I want ti install 4KW on my house next week. Trouble is i rent the house out, how can i claim the FIT if i dont live there?
     
  2. SRE
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    SRE Trusted Advisor

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    Easy, just send a reading every quarter as usual, that's what we do. You'll pay tax on it as an income though.
     
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    infinity Electrician's Arms

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    Who do you register it with though for the FIT if the tennant already has a energy supplier?
     
  4. SRE
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    It doesn't matter - we registered with E.on but they made a bit of a hash of it. I'd go with Good Energy everyone seems to rate them on here and that's who we're recommending to our customers.
     
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