October 12th, 2011
The take-up of photovoltaic or PV solar panels has been a tremendous success. The PV export tariff is a catalyst for the astute. Incentives so good that new installations are spread far and wide. The demand for PV solar technology is strong, with around 550 MW installed since the feed-in tariffs began.
Energy price rises are so prevalent that it almost makes solar panel adoption inevitable. Read the rest of this entry »
September 20th, 2011
Why would a solar panel company install on your home for free? Rent-a-roof is designed to make money from your home. Feed-in tariffs are intended to reward early adopters.
This type of practice will soon be outlawed under new proposals. Basically, they were taking advantage of homeowners who can’t afford to buy solar panels. Read the rest of this entry »
September 17th, 2011
Why the future of powering our lives is PV solar-powered?
What does the future hold for us? We will power the 21st-century with solar panels? What the future hold for us is unanswerable unless talking about powering homes.
Will humankind continue to reach for the stars with Space Force? Will we power our homes using the sun’s energy in the 21st-century? These are just some of the questions I ponder. We live in a time when we’ve detached from raw nature in the raw. Read the rest of this entry »
September 14th, 2011
Last updated: 21/02/21
An uncertain world has made traditional storage-of-value a low or non-existent rate-of-return.
Right now, there is a way to get upwards of an 8-10% rate of return by installing PV solar panels and additional plugins. People are re-investing some of their savings into a solar panel installation to generate a return better than traditional institutions.
Let’s do the math.
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September 5th, 2011
If you’re reading this, you are fortunate. You could benefit from a generation tariff scheme for PV solar panels.
Introduced in April 2010, the scheme was designed to kick-start the solar panels industry in the UK within both domestic and commercial sectors. The feed-in tariffs are divided into two sections and are known as the ‘Clean Energy Cash Back Scheme’ for photovoltaic solar panels
The ‘Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme’ for the solar heating panels is available. Read the rest of this entry »
August 16th, 2011
A government-backed PV export tariff scheme will offer homeowners fantastic returns. Later adopters will receive much smaller tariff incentives as solar panels become popular?
The fact is that homes across the world are all experiencing the worst energy rises. With the UK and Europe depend more and more on Russian supplies, predictions by all six of the big major energy companies are not good for the British consumer. Read the rest of this entry »