March 19th, 2014
The International Space Station (ISS) contributed to my enthusiasm for solar panels.
The most prestigious solar panel installation on Earth.
Well, technically not.
The ISS demonstrates that you don’t need to be connected to the National Grid.
Most homes can’t live off-grid, because there are two main differences between the ISS and your property. Read the rest of this entry »
February 12th, 2014
Power My Home promotes the use of PV solar panels using enthusiasm.
The benefits of photovoltaic solar panels are well-documented.
Tiny bills, export generation revenue, nighttime power using a battery storage device are primary.
EV-charging and possibly hot water tank heating is possible.
A sense of pride is a well-known aspect talked about by adopters. Read the rest of this entry »
January 24th, 2014
The pros and cons of installing solar panels on your property.
The evidence is that they were too good to be true.
If you’ve got free solar panels, then you need to be aware of the feedback.
The news that Natwest, Nationwide, and the Yorkshire Banks aren’t dispensing mortgages on homes with free PV solar panels!
This could come as a shock to some. Read the rest of this entry »
January 17th, 2014
The UK reached a million confirmed PV solar panel installations.
Will you benefit from this once-in-a-lifetime purchase?
You can be lucky enough to be installing solar panels at this appropriate time.
Throughout my decades of working with solar technologies, I’ve always preached sooner, rather than later.
Never has this been so true as it is right now! Read the rest of this entry »
January 6th, 2014
Pondering whether to buy a photovoltaic solar system?
There are very few purchases in life that stay with you for three decades.
If you bought any type of technological asset, then you’ll know what I mean!
Maximize PV solar panels with an export generation tariff.
This is great news for households looking to reduce energy dependence. Read the rest of this entry »
December 10th, 2013
The PV solar panel industry is going through a frenzy of demand.
Demand increased because PV installations reduced as traditional expenditure has risen.
PV systems cost upward of ten grand in 2010 and that’s without battery storage, tank heating, and EV-charging applications.
Today, photovoltaic installations can be done for a more reasonable £5-6 grand depending on plugins. Read the rest of this entry »