August 21st, 2012
The unabated popularity of solar panels will grow alongside our enthusiasm.
Currently, for every barrel of oil we discover, we now consume three!
At some point, global oil production will start to fail – FOREVER!
Solar technology is freedom from external forces that drive-up energy costs.
Freedom always comes at a cost. Read the rest of this entry »
August 15th, 2012
I’ve seen many changes within the solar panel industry over the years.
The PV export tariff scheme was originally released in 2010.
Today, the solar market is driven by EV-charging.
Solar panels have gone from a cottage industry to a successful middle-class market.
People are now taking advantage of the generation tariff market and battery storage.
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August 1st, 2012
Future forecasting is involved when choosing to install solar panels.
Preparing for weather is what solar panel adopters do.
A similar choice to carrying an umbrella on a sunny morning in the full knowledge of rain in the afternoon.
That smug feeling of walking home dry while others get a decent soaking.
I’ve bestowed the advantages of solar panels since 2004. Read the rest of this entry »
July 19th, 2012
The cracks are showing in our country’s energy infrastructure.
That’s why solar panels have become a wise investment.
Using experience, and living memory from the 1970’s blackouts, we can see the upcoming issues.
For example, one-third of Britain’s electricity-generating capacity needs to replaced.
The additional costs and an inevitable rise in our energy bills are coming. Read the rest of this entry »
July 13th, 2012
Common sense is installing solar panels in this ailing civilisation.
People’s willingness to throw money at the energy problem year-on-year is bewildering.
With our newly acquired eyes in the sky, we can for the first time in history look down at ourselves in virtual god-like detail.
Despite society creaking and cracking under our present-day problems, why are we not using solar technology to at fill in the growing cracks we see appearing in the energy markets? Read the rest of this entry »
May 31st, 2012
A fresh view of the PV solar panel (photovoltaic) industry.
Bank holiday chaos will once again mark the advent of the British summertime.
The sun is shining, and our overcrowded island and roads will fill-up with expectant families.
Energy-savvy families wishing to install PV solar panels will gather too.
The old feed-in tariff will continue through the summer months.
People will receive the tariff at around 15.44 pence per kWh for surplus supplied to the Grid. Read the rest of this entry »