Best answer by Tim_OVO
A Feed in Tariff (FIT) and a domestic supply are treated as separate contracts. OVO would be happy to supply energy and for our customer to receive FIT payments from another FIT licensee (though their rules may differ, so you should check in with Npower about this).
If you did choose to switch your FIT to OVO, your rates would stay the same - FIT rates are set externally by Ofgem based on the date their system was commissioned and when you joined the scheme, for the length of your 20/25-year contract.
Changing the company providing the FIT payments doesn't change your eligibility. You can use the Switching form available on the FIT OVO Answers page to switch if they wish to do so: https://www.ovoenergy.com/ovo-answers/topics/payments-and-statements/payments/whats-a-feed-in-tariff-fit-and-how-do-i-apply.html.
Lastly, I’m happy to confirm that FIT payments are compatible with the EV Everywhere tariff.
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