Our qualified technical surveyor will help you through the process of buying your new solar array to ensure that you are not disappointed in years to come.
Below is an example of the cost of your investment and potential returns over 20 years:
|Cost||Output (kWh)||Feed in Tariff||Saving on Electricity||50% Export Tarriff||Annual Return|
For a free assessment throughout the North east of England and to find out how much you could be saving, whilst caring for the environment, give us a call, email or complete the enquiry form to arrange your free on-site survey.
Having received quotes from us, you need to run the numbers to see if it makes financial sense for you to invest. It is important to bear in mind though, that solar photovoltaic systems are modular, therefore new panels or updated technology can be introduced at later dates as finances allow, further increasing the electrical output potential of your system.
Installing a solar PV array on your property should not be solely a financial decision though; you should also take into account energy security.
As demand for electricity in the UK continues to increase, the supply side is not keeping up. Over the next 3 years, 8 of the UK’s coal power plants are going to close, due to EU legislation on emissions, and by the end of the decade some of our nuclear capacity is also due to be decommissioned. Experts have predicted that the UK could face blackouts in the next few years.
A solar photovoltaic system can therefore reduce your reliance on energy companies, helping to minimise the impact of energy scarcity on you and your family in the future.
For information regarding upgrading your current solar PV array visit our upgrade page.