Maximise your income from electricity generation assets

Whether you are a dedicated energy generator or a business with generation assets on your
sites, you need Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) to enable you to earn payments for the energy
you export to the grid. Our PPA contracts are designed to suit every type of generation plant,
business model, operational practice, and objective.

Why ENGIE?

Earn an income from the excess electricity you generate

Earn an income from the excess electricity you generate

Contracts to suit varying generation assets and operational practices

Contracts to suit varying generation assets and operational practices

Choose fixed-price certainty or market reflective prices

Choose fixed-price certainty or market reflective prices

Bespoke contracts to meet specific requirements, including self supply arrangements

Bespoke contracts to meet specific requirements, including self supply arrangements

Option to sell ROCs to earn extra income

Option to sell ROCs to earn extra income

Long term trusted PPA contracts for new-build generation plants

Long term trusted PPA contracts for new-build generation plants

Corporate PPAs

Our Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (CPPAs) options can play an important role in an organisation's carbon reduction plans.

 

Corporate PPAs

Long term PPAs

Our long term Power Purchase Agreements provide payment guarantees for the output from any type of electricity generation plant.

Long term PPAs

Short term PPAs

Our short term PPAs provide an income for the electricity you generate.

Short term PPAs

Gas PAs

Our Gas Purchasing Agreements (GPAs) enable your business to earn an income from the green gas you export.

Gas Purchase

Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs)

If you operate a generation plant that qualifies for Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs), ENGIE provides you with a route to market. We will buy your ROCs to provide you with an additional income. We take care of all contractual arrangements and sell the ROCs on your behalf.

The Feed in Tariff (FiT)

What is a Feed-In Tariff?
The Feed-In Tariff is a government scheme which is accessible to small generation installations via Energy Suppliers. If you have eligible renewable energy sources at your business, like solar panels or wind turbines, the Feed-In Tariff (FIT) allows you to be paid for the energy you generate.

How do I qualify for a Feed-In Tariff?
If you’re an ENGIE customer and you have an accredited Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) certificate, provided by your installer, or are an ENGIE customer with ROO-FIT accreditation you can apply. An MCS certificate is an internationally recognised quality assurance scheme that certifies both products and installation companies ensuring Microgeneration products are installed to a high standard. You need to provide an MCS certificate number as part of your application for FIT, to confirm that your system has been installed in line with the MCS installation standards. Please note FiT is closed to new entrants since 2019, so is only available to installations already accredited.

You can find out more about FIT by visiting the Energy Saving Trust website or Ofgem’s FIT pages.
For FIT Related Enquiries, please email FIT.Enquiry@engie.com or call 0113 284 5404
For FIT Meter Readings, please email these to FITMeterReadings@engie.com towards the end of each calendar quarter