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Shell’s SEG tariff comes across as a mealy-mouthed offer

Shell Energy’s offer of 0.001p/kWh is not just insulting to small-scale renewables, but frankly unworkable. As it stands, Shell’s SEG tariff merely comes across as a mealy-mouthed attempt at avoiding a slapped wrist at the hands of Ofgem.

Shell Energy’s offer of 0.001p/kWh is not just insulting to small-scale renewables, but frankly unworkable. If a household system has to generate 1MWh of electricity before it can claim a single, solitary pence, it is hardly worth the (minimal) time and effort to submit the necessary forms.

Shell insists an updated offer is in the works. One would hope such an offer better reflects the true value of self-generated power. As it stands, Shell’s SEG tariff merely comes across as a mealy-mouthed attempt at avoiding a slapped wrist at the hands of Ofgem.

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