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Schematics for (PV) photovoltaic solar panels

Annual Yield.

Jan - 2.9%
Feb - 5.2%
Mar - 7.7%
Apr - 10.8%
May - 13.2%
Jun - 14.0%
Jul - 13.5%
Aug - 11.6%
Sept - 9.0%
Oct - 6.2%
Nov - 3.6%
Dec - 2.4% of the annual total.

"Working for you all year round."

PV solar panels are an excellent way of reducing dependence on the grid.

PV (Photovoltaic) solar panels, installation and schematics.

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How does this work?

Battery storage.

There are brilliant battery storage systems on the UK market that are tried and trusted around the world. PV solar panels and battery storage devices are an option to consider in addition to the current feed-in tariff incentives. Our trusted installers will be able to advise you on both options.

Battery storage & PV solar panels

Heat water tanks.

PV to hot water converters can heat up a traditional hot water tank using a smart device that diverts some of your generated daytime electricity toward your heating coil. It eliminates the need for your boiler to heat your water and is an additional way of benefiting from this fantastic technology.

PV to hot water converters

Work on most cloudy days.

A time-served installer once told me this analogy for thinking about electricity in the network.

"Exported electricity is a bit like cats! It goes wherever the food is best."

In reality, it's just electrons bouncing up and down a cable. They leave your house because your home does not need them and head for straight to the nearest source that does, usually your neighbours.

The need to reduce dependence on imported power should be your motivation for installing a PV solar panel system. Different people have widely varying reasons ranging from the familiar aspects to preparing for retirement.

I think, remaining entirely dependent on the network, mainly long-term would be a mistake. One thing I have learned since I have been working on this Power My Home project is how delicate the global energy market is. Climate, terrorism, wars, global politics and many other unforeseen events have the potential to disrupt what we have all become so accustomed.

They say "forewarned is forearmed" and it is this that I ask you to consider when pondering if you should purchase an installation. Revolutionising the way you think of energy is paramount, and since I have thrown myself into the world of solar panels, the number of homes with them on their roofs have shown me that many other people think the same too.

The key to a successful solar panel installation is research. That is why I develop this website as a useful resource for enthusiasts.

Always get three quotes, never sign up for "special deals on the night" and compare what type of PV panels you are installing on your roof. Photovoltaic panels can vary on performance and price, but I am pleased to announce that over the years, I managed to help tens of thousands of people contact trustworthy installers and get quality panels at a reasonable price.

Your current energy supplier can only guarantee your import costs for a couple of years at the most. Time to find a more long-term solution.

For your peace of mind.

All our MCS installers are RECC scheme members and work throughout England, Scotland and Wales. We're happy to help with quotations and great customer service with fantastic after-care and support.

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