Although you could save up to £135 on your annual electricity bill, and earn even more money by generating electricity from Solar Panels and exporting it to the National Grid via the Feed in Tariff scheme, we understand that investing in Solar Panels isn’t necessarily for everyone.
The calculation uses MCS guidelines for working out predicted annual AC output by a solar PV system (kWpxKkxSF) and is based on a 4kWp system on a south facing, 30 degree roof with no shading in WR4 post code area to give an estimated first year annual generation of 3,716kWh. The £394 is the difference between April 2015 (13.39p/kWh) and July 2015 (12.92p/kWh) FiT generation amounts over 20 years having applied the MCS calculation and taking into account average panel degradation of approximately 0.89% per year and RPI of 2% per year for the FiT generation tariff. Actual performance may be significantly lower or higher if the characteristics of the installed system vary from the estimated values. Example provided is for illustrative purposes only.
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What are Solar Panels
Solar Panels collect the sun’s energy and converts it into electricity for your home.
Benefits of Solar Panels
Solar Panels can help you save money and reduce green house gas emissions.
Buying Solar Panels
If you're interested in buying or talking about Solar Panels, contact us to find out more.
Types of Solar Panels
Our range of Solar Panels include leading brands such as LG and Panasonic.
The truth about Solar
Could you benefit from generating electricity all year round?
Feed in Tariff Scheme
Apply for FiT and you could get paid for generating and exporting electricity.
Did you know, the UK installed more solar power than any other European country in 2014
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Annual savings are based on a 4kWp in London as calculated by the Energy Saving Trust (figures valid between 1st July and 30th September 2015).
Exporting electricity to the National Grid is subject to a successful application to the Feed in Tariff scheme.Close dialog window