What is bulb paying for exported kWh, post price-rise

Hi there. Self explanatory really. Has the export payment rate also increased or am I being naive?
We’ve recently installed solar panels and on a sunny day like now I’m interested …

Sue

No!

Frustrating right? Paying 50% more on the way down but getting 0% on the way back up.

Where is that going hey?

Why am I not surprised? Not impressive :frowning:

I have already raised this on another thread but no update as yet.A bit disappointing as I would have expected a faster positive response.

Best not to export any of your over generation …
Dump excess into batteries for night usage or dump the excess into large water storage tanks heated via immersions.

On a bright non-winter day I can run the house,heat all the water, charge the 3 batteries and still export a bit to the grid. My daily expenditure is now running at under £2 for a 5 bedroom house built in 1740 . So not too bad but still export some. To invest in more batteries would probably not be financially viable on current usage. My 6 month feed rebate in was £14
Now winter is a different story !!!

It would be good to get more for what is exported BUT it looks like all the SEG operators are paying less other than Octopus and Social Energy:

  • #1. Octopus Energy (7.5p per kWh) Octopus Energy. …
  • #2. Social Energy (6p per kWh) Social Energy. …
  • #3. Bulb (5.57p per kWh) Bulb. …
  • #4. E.ON Next (5.5p per kWh) E.ON Next. …
  • #5. Scottish Power (5.5p per kWh) …
  • #6. OVO Energy (4p per kWh) …
  • #7. British Gas (3.2p per kWh) …
  • #8. Utility Warehouse (2p per kWh)
    Probably not a good time to switch to gain 2p/unit exported