Lower Fuel Bills and Environmentally Friendly
With energy prices expected to double in the next decade having solar panels installed will help to protect you from utility bill rises.
The electricity generated from your system is completely free for you to use for as long as the life of the system.
Solar PV systems are environmentally friendly using sunlight to produce zero-carbon electricity. What’s more, solar PV systems don’t release any harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) or other pollutants into the atmosphere.
Get Paid to Generate Renewable Energy
The Government run Feed-In Tariff scheme pays participants for every kilowatt of solar energy that their system generates, whether you use it yourself or export it back to the national grid.
FIT payments are guaranteed for 20 years, are index-linked, and provide a tax-free income for homeowners.
We are able to assist you with the FIT application process and are always on hand to offer advice.
Why Solar Photovoltaic (PV) is so Popular
Solar PV systems are very reliable and require little maintenance. With a long life expectancy, it’s very likely that your system will generate free electricity for you for at least 25 years, reducing your reliance on large utility companies for years to come.
Benefits of a Solar Photovoltaic System (PV)
- Lower fuel bills and future protection against rising fossil fuel costs
- Income through the UK government’s Feed-In Tariff (FIT)
- Limit your reliance on energy suppliers
- Cut your carbon footprint
- Long system life and minimal maintenance required
- Easy to install
- Most systems are permitted development under planning rules
How Does it Work?
In a single hour, the sun transmits more energy to the earth’s surface than the world uses in a year.
Installed on a roof, solar panels capture light and convert it into electricity, making it a cost-effective way to produce energy. You don’t need to live somewhere sunny because solar needs only light not heat. Solar panels still work on cloudy days.
The output from the panels is DC. This current is fed into a unit called an inverter, which converts the DC into AC. From the inverter, the AC is fed down to the main distribution board or consumer unit where it connects to the electrical system ready for use, or to be exported back to the national electricity grid.
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Aftercare & Maintenance