Are Solar Panels
A Good Investment
For Your Home?
On avg. earn and save £22,000 over
the 20-year government incentive
7+ Year Manufacturers Guarantee On All Solar Products We Install
Why Invest In Solar Panels in 2018?
1. Get paid for the electricity you generate
The government incentive Feed-In-Tariff (FIT Scheme) that guarantees you payments for all the energy you generate for the next 20 years is available as long as you register your installation before April 2019.
If you get onto the scheme your energy provider will pay you this TAX free feed-in tariff quarterly for 20 years, which will be £1,000s alone. There is urgency to install solar panels as it can take several months to get accepted on top of the installation time. With less than a year to go its now or never.
2. Sell the electricity you don’t use
On top of the generation tariff you can also sell your unused electricity back to the national grid. How much you earn depends on how much you generate. For residential installations, the energy companies assume that 50% of the energy that you generate is being exported back to the grid …. so take advantage, use it all and further improve your return on investment.
3. Plus save on energy bills
As you will be generating electricity for free from the sun, you will not be fully reliant on the big energy companies who have in the last 10 years raised the prices by more than 80% on av.g! 84% of homeowners with solar panels surveyed estimated they are saving 50% on their energy bills.
How Much Do Solar Panels Cost?
Solar panels Systems cost upwards of £3,000 depending on how many panels, system type and the brand you go for.
For a family of 4 it is recommended that a 4kW / 14 panel system would be most suitable for their energy demand. This would be at a cost of between £4,000 to £6,000. This would require about 25 Sq. metres of roof space or feel free to mount in your garden.
What Are Solar Panels Exactly?
A solar panel is designed to absorb the sun’s rays as a source of energy for generating electricity or heating.
- Solar PV panels = generate electricity
- Solar thermal panels = generate hot water
When you inquire about solar panels an expert can advise if either solar pv and/or solar thermal is best for you dependent on your needs, budget and their effectiveness on your particular roof.
How Do I Make the most of
Solar and the Feed-In Tariff?
MCS accredited installer
feed-in tariff scheme application
The April 2019 Deadline
To Get Onto The Guaranteed Feed-in Tariff for 20 Years
The government incentive to install solar panels, known as the
“Feed in Tariff” is scheduled to close to new entrants from 1st April 2019.
When your installation is complete, your feed-in tariff application and paperwork joins the queue of applications for approval. This can take months!
If you delay and are still in the queue by 1st April 2019, there is a high risk you won’t be processed in time.
Failure to register onto to the “Feed In Tariff” and you will miss out on £1,000’s of TAX-FREE income. Install with us and we guarantee you a place on the Feed in tariff scheme
“I was able to see prices online before I spoke to solar installers. I’m now generating my own
electricity AND I’m getting paid by the government.”
Mrs. J - Kent
Meet The Team
Craig Mc Allister
Business Development Manager
Dan Mc Allister
Solar Panel FAQ’s
If you have any more questions & want to learn more read our blog
1. Do they work if its not sunny?
Yes, Solar Panels generate in daylight hours rather than just direct sunlight.
2. Can you store the solar energy?
Yes, options of battery storage are available to work alongside a Solar System.
3. How long do they take to pay back?
Solar panels are a long term investment. Full payback can be received as early as 6 years with guaranteed income and savings for 20 years.
4. How long does an installation take?
Typically a domestic installation will take no longer than 1 day to install.
Earn & Save more than
£22,000 over the 20 year incentive term
See if it’s worthwhile for your home to install solar technology