About Sell Your Solar


Sell Your Solar is not only a UK Feed-in-tariff purchase programme. It’s an opportunity to be at the forefront of Rainmaker Energy’s vision of
creating the most extensive aggregated rooftop renewable energy portfolio in Britain. Rainmaker Energy partners with homeowners - just like
you - to bring the benefits of utility-scale energy assets to the private sector.


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How We Calculate Your Offer

To calculate your tailormade offer, we only require two pieces of information from you initially:

  1. The installation date.
  2. And, a recent meter reading.
  3. With this we can estimate the tariff and historical performance of the system to calculate your valuation.


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Lease vs Non-Lease Assignment Contract


To make an informed decision when selling your Feed-In-Tariff, you need all the facts.
So, let's take a look at the difference between lease and non-lease assignment contracts.



Non-Lease

The Non-lease option gives you control over the process in the long term as you retain ownership of your solar PV system. Its process is a breeze, and you receive payment without delay.

Should you wish to sell your property in the years to come, this option means that cashing in on your Feed-In-Tariff doesn't come with added complications when selling.

Lease

The Lease option involves a purchasing company taking ownership of your solar PV system and registering a lease for your property. This can cause problems when selling or remortgaging as 3rd party ownership now exists for a portion of your property. There could also be a tax implication as you are selling an asset attached to your property.

This option takes considerably longer as you require the mortgage provider's consent and permission to register the lease for the property. The lease itself can take months to register after this too.



Non-Lease / Assignment Contract

  • Retain Ownership & Control
  • Quick & Easy
  • No consent and permission required
  • Flexibility

Lease Contract
 

  • Lose Ownership & Control
  • Considerably Longer time frame
  • Requires mortgage provider's consent and permission
  • 3rd Party Involvement can cause problems


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UPFRONT PAYMENT. NO LEASE