It is difficult to say, as this all depends on the size of the system, and the amount of power generated. The feed-in tariff system works such that a guaranteed-accessible line must be secured to the grid, and there must be an agreement between the supplier and the purchaser that is contractual and binding. You can learn more about this @:
Also taken from that site is the information about compensation which states:
“The compensation rates…have been determined by means of scientific studies, subject to the provision that the rates identified should make it possible for an installation – when managed efficiently – to be operated cost-effectively, based on the use of state-of-the-art technology and depending on the renewable energy sources naturally available in a given geographical environment.” (RES Act 2000, Explanatory Memorandum A)
To learn more, it is highly advisable to get in touch with some experts on the subject. Check out:
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