Electricity generation in the UK today is still largely sourced from fossil fuels, which causes the release of harmful gases into the atmosphere – including CO2. The use of solar electricity generation will help to reduce the emission of these gases thereby helping...Read More
We have carried out numerous Domestic Solar PV Panel Installations. Yes, it is true that if you have a south facing roof, you will be able to generate more electricity. However, we have successfully installed solar panels on properties with East-West roofs too. We understand the...Read More
We look after both Domestic as well as Commercial Installations. With numerous Commercial Solar PV Panel installations under our belt, we are your best choice for Commercial Solar PV Panel installation. Commercial establishments such as buildings often use more electricity than...Read More
Looking for Solar PV Panels for your Farm or Agricultural establishment? We can help. We have installed Solar PV Panels on several Farms and Agriculatural establishments. Traditionally Farms consume power for various activities. Using Solar PV Panels can help farms and...Read More
Solar energy at its best
Electricity generation in the UK today is still largely sourced from fossil fuels, which causes the release of harmful gases into the atmosphere – including CO2. The use of solar electricity generation will help to reduce the emission of these gases thereby helping government to meet their binding 2020 emission reduction targets.
Solar PV Panels convert light from Sun into electricity. The overall installation comes with equipment that measures the amount of electricity generated.
You may have equipment consuming this electricity. If not, this can be fed back into the national grid right away. The equipment we install also measures this in a very reliable manner.
All our equipment is certified. And this is why we can guarantee that once we install the panels, we will help you start earning money from feed-in tariffs.
Feed-In Tariffs (also known as FITs) are the electricity part of what some people call Clean Energy Cashback, a scheme that pays people for creating their own “green electricity”. The second part of the scheme is the Renewable Heat Incentive, a similar measure for heat.
Chris Huhne explains the importance of changing the UK’s energy supply.
Feed-in Tariff Case Study: Jim Dignan
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