Installing solar panels can allow you to reduce your energy bills by around 50%; this is because you can use the electricity generated by the solar PV panels to power your property’s appliances free of charge. Simple.
Solar Wow are an MCS accredited installer; that means you will be eligible for for the feed-in tariff which pays you up to £14,000 tax free over 20 years for producing renewable energy.
Solar panels produce renewable energy which reduces your own carbon footprint. By installing solar panels you can reduce your CO2 output by up to 40 tonnes over 25 years.
Solar Wow was form in 2011 and has been operating successfully in the solar photovoltaic (PV) market ever since. All of our team members come from a renewable energy and electrical contracting background and the directors still oversee day to day running of the company.
Energy prices continue to increase and over the last decade have gone up by over 100%; this made Solar PV both an attractive choice to use, and the thousands of homeowners in the UK able to take advantage of a solar panel installation. The government backed feed in tariff mnake solar PV a highly attractive energy solution for homes and businesses of all sizes. In a nutshell it provides you free sustainable electricity, greater credibility and a chance to generate extra revenue.
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There’s a simple reason why you might want to consider installing a solar panel system, and that’s money. By using the electricity that you make through your system you’ll get savings on your home electric bill. Not only that though, but with the UK government’s feed-in tariff scheme you’ll be paid a certain amount of cash tax-free for every kilowatt hour of electricity you produce. That means that not only can a solar system pay for itself, but after a while it can also make a profit!
Solar systems are divided into different kilowatt groups (1 kW, 2 kW, 3 kW and 4 kW), depending on how many panels a system has and how much roof area it covers. A typical 4 kW system has sixteen solar panels and covers around 28 square metres of your roof. This is the largest domestic system that you can have that qualifies for the government’s feed-in tariff, and is the most popular size for the average UK home.
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