FITs registration statistics for different classes of system user
The FIT register requires each installation to be registered against one of these user types:
It’s not clear how rigorous these classifications are – what, for example, is the difference between commercial and industrial? – so in most of our analysis we have grouped together the last three as ‘non-domestic’.
However this page looks at all four categories.
Analysis by energy source
This graph allocates the capacity of each energy technology by user type.
It shows that all of the AD capacity has been registered by industrial users. Unsurprisingly almost all of the micro-CHP (which is limited to 2kW), is for domestic users.
An interesting factor is the small but growing contribution of community renewables.
The national average system sizes are shown here, but there are substantial variations between different user types, as illustrated in this grap
For a Full 4kw Install.
For a 4.8kw, battery storage added.
For a bunsen air system to heat all your water for only 13p per day.