May 4th, 2012
What do solar panels and The Internet have in common? Greed got in the way of a PV solar boom! People rush to invest in a new exciting, technology with only one thing in mind, financial gain.
Just like Bitcoin today. Floods of people joining the next big thing are the madness-of-crowds. A fledgling internet saw inflated return-on-investments. Read the rest of this entry »
April 26th, 2012
The solar wind bombards the Earth, like sound hitting the eardrum.
PV solar panels transform solar particles into electrons. Solar energy or more specifically photovoltaic panels have had a rough time from David Cameron’s “Greenest Government Ever”. Therefore, the solar industry asks, “why the government is becoming more addicted to fossil fuels?”. Read the rest of this entry »
March 30th, 2012
If you had free PV solar panels installed, then sit down for this.
With the rise of popularity of rent-a-roof or free solar panels schemes, nobody asked how the banks think? If you installed solar panels yourself, well done.
If self-purchased, the sale-ability of your home has increased tenfold, and mortgage lenders are happy. However, if you’ve got a third-party PV system installed, mortgage lenders are rejecting mortgage and re-mortgage applications. Read the rest of this entry »
March 21st, 2012
Do you want to learn about solar panels, but don’t know where to begin? Today, solar panels are good financial sense. Self-generation through photovoltaic solar panels is becoming more popular.
Reducing dependence is the motivation for installing any type of solar panel technology. Read the rest of this entry »
March 7th, 2012
As a lifelong fan of the Back to the Future films, time travel has fascinated me. So, are solar panels a form of a time machine?
PV systems allow you to relive the golden days of low energy bills. A time that’ll always remain an impossibility! Read the rest of this entry »
March 1st, 2012
Being at the end of a supply chain leaves you vulnerable. Farmers know this all too well! PV (photovoltaic) solar panels are popular with farmers because they live at the end of the network.
The same is true with the United Kingdom PLC. Since 2005, energy prices have increased a whopping 73% leaving many households in fuel poverty, just because we are all at the end of an international power supply system. Read the rest of this entry »