September 17th, 2011
Why our future is PV solar-powered (photovoltaic)?
What does the future hold for us? Will humankind continue to reach for the stars now that the space shuttle is retired and will we power our homes using the sun’s energy in the 21st-century? These are just some of the questions we put to the founder of Power My Home, Stuart Lovatt.
Born at a time when we detach from living with nature in the raw, only needing to survive in the ‘bubble’ we call civilisation, I, like you, have never had to think about my place in nature. 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. Read the rest of this entry »
September 8th, 2011
Power My Home is a solar panel’s guide for homeowners.
We want people to have confidence in the solar industry, to have confidence that solar companies are giving correct and trustworthy information, and that’s exactly why this website exists today.
Seventeen years later and we’re still helping people to bridge the gap between skepticism and adoption.
Although solar panels are nothing new and have been around for 60 years, the feed-in tariff’s on offer, rewards adopters of PV solar panel technology for their surplus. Read the rest of this entry »
September 5th, 2011
If you are reading this, you are fortunate.
You could live in one of the many thousands of homes that could benefit from a window of opportunity called the feed-in 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 the domestic and commercial sectors.
The feed-in tariffs are divided into two sections and are known as the ‘Clean Energy Cash Back Scheme’ for PV (photovoltaic) solar panel technology and the ‘Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme’ for the solar heating panels and heat pump technology. Read the rest of this entry »
August 16th, 2011
A government-backed feed-in tariff scheme will offer homeowners fantastic returns.
The feed-in tariff is structured so that later adopters will receive much smaller 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 »
August 12th, 2011
John and Mary, an ordinary couple from Lincolnshire who recently invested in PV solar panels.
“We have just had a 4kW photovoltaic panel system fitted to our east-facing roof, not only as an ethical investment but because it makes financial sense.”
There is currently a window of opportunity to take advantage of a clean energy cash-back scheme, guaranteed by the government for a 20 year period. Read the rest of this entry »