January 1st, 2013
Year-on-year we watch in disbelief as the cost of energy increases.
Those who reject the idea of solar panels may wish to reconsider.
Early adopters installed for environmental reasons, but not today.
We’re helping people reduce the pain of being reliant on traditional energy supplies. Read the rest of this entry »
November 29th, 2012
Freedom to choose is what our predecessors fought for.
Today, we stand on the edge of a new chapter in the human pursuit of freedom.
People are struggling to afford to heat and power their homes without solar panels.
People with photovoltaic solar panels reduce energy expenditure to give them additional options.
Choose to absorb continued price rises or take decisive action to free yourself. Read the rest of this entry »
November 16th, 2012
Learn from those who’ve installed PV solar panels already.
Self-generation is no longer for environmental types.
Adopt solar panels in the pursuit of energy independence here.
Self-generating provides a cushion from the consequences of year-on-year price rises, especially in this homeworking era. Read the rest of this entry »
September 25th, 2012
The solar panel industry is now gearing up for another successful year.
The Renewable Heat incentive scheme for solar heating panels and evacuated tubes starts today.
The scheme is designed to reward early adopters of solar heating technologies.
Later adopters will get a lower rate of return, so don’t leave it too long. Read the rest of this entry »
September 19th, 2012
In the early 20th-century, it would’ve been an inside toilet that sealed the deal when home buying.
Today, PV solar panels are a must-have desirable.
Additionally, a good mobile connection and a spacious wardrobe are other desirables.
As buyers become more selective and demanding, the ultimate on the wish list will be solar panels. Read the rest of this entry »
September 14th, 2012
Wondering if to install PV solar panels (photovoltaic) in your life?
Now is the time.
Our collective vision extends further than any next election.
The UK’s PV solar industry has witnessed continued government attacks fuelled by George Osbourne’s (conflict of interest) investments in the traditional energy sector.
This year saw cuts to the incentives for solar panels that brought about boom and bust for our fledgling PV industry. Read the rest of this entry »