The graphs on this page provide an overview of the Feed-in Tariffs (FIT) scheme's progress since launch to the latest quarter (1 April 2010 to 30 September 2016).
This includes the total number of installations and total capacity by technology alongside installation types, with a further breakdown by region.
These graphs are interactive, allowing you to explore data views important to you. Use the dropdown filters to view the relevant graphs.
FIT quarterly breakdown
For data on installations activity 2010/16 and per quarter by technology (non-cumulative) and capacity by technology (non-cumulative).
FIT activity by GB region
For regional data on total installation capacity by technology type plus percentage share of installations and total installed capacity.
Note: For some regions, micro-CHP, anaerobic digestion and hydro figures are not included in the breakdown due to low numbers of the technologies.
March 2015: Please note we have improved the way we report on regional data. This has resulted in a higher number of installations and capacity figures being included in some regions. These installations previously did not have allocated regions and were unable to be included in this report.
- For analysis of the presented data and information on the levelisation process, please see the latest FIT quarterly report.
- A further breakdown of FIT accredited installations up until the latest quarter is available in Excel format in our FIT installation report.
- For statistics on the number of solar photovoltaic, wind and micro combined heat and power (CHP) installations registered on the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) database, please visit the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) website.
Our graphical data represents installations that have completed the FIT accreditation process and are on the Central FIT Register as of 30 September 2016. The information and statistics may therefore differ from those published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
If you have any questions or feedback about our reports, please contact us.