I’ve been singing the praises of solar panels since 2004. I’ve seen many solar companies come and go in the earliest years. I’ve seen them all from corporations like BP to smaller groups.
The one thing they have in common is over-zealous and commission-hungry salespeople. Now, this is nothing unique to the solar panel industry, but having worked a couple of years in such an environment myself, I have heard and seen it all. Read the rest of this entry »
How to buy photovoltaic solar panels? was last modified: August 27th, 2022 by Stuart Lovatt
While enjoying a pint on a countryside walk, I was distracted by a conversation about solar panels. A debate of the effectiveness of solar panels in the UK began.
Interested to hear a stranger’s point-of-view, I earwigged whilst admiring the beautiful Welsh countryside. Resisting the urge to declare my own enthusiasm, I listened as they began to espouse the usual solar myths.
A feed-in tariff incentive for solar heating panels has been announced. The Renewable Heat Incentive for solar heating is now available. Announced this week by Greg Barker of the Department of Energy and Climate Change. This is similar to an already existing PV export tariff for photovoltaic solar panels.
PV solar panel installations have increased due to the availability of export tariffs. The UK is adopting the long-term benefits that solar panels offer.
A PV-installation alleviates from increasingly expensive traditional energy costs. In addition to selling surplus power, nighttime usage with battery storage and EV-charging is here. Read the rest of this entry »
Time for a PV solar panel installation was last modified: August 20th, 2022 by Stuart Lovatt