An uncertain world has made investing in stocks and shares a risky business and also the reason you are getting such a low rate of return on your savings (0.1– 4.0%).
Right now, but there is a way to get upwards of 8-10% rate of return on your money with PV solar panels.
Yes, you did read correctly! PV solar panel (photovoltaic) installations are very popular right now, for one big reason.
People are re-investing their low return savings funds into higher gain solar panel installations to make more money, the concept of which, before the credit crunch, would have been laughable, but the world is changing and changing fast. Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panels are better than banks was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
By writing this statement, I will cause people to feel strong emotions; some will feel despair, some anger and some confusion, but whatever they feel, they will unquestionably feel something!
“We, as members of our modern society, have been duped, tricked or brainwashed into believing that global warming does not exist, by corporations and big businesses whose only interests are to get us to consume more tobacco, oil, anything which makes them a huge profit.”
For 15 years, these establishments have spent billions drip-feeding us misinformation to protect their core business interests at the expense of our home planet. Read the rest of this entry »
Our planet under attack was last modified: September 6th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
Stuart Lovatt, the founder of Power My Home and a solar panel expert, has today devised a guide for homeowners, following reports which revealed that cowboy salespeople misled potential buyers of solar panel installations.
Mr Lovatt says “The results of a consumer survey on this subject are worrying and could damage the reputation of our new fledgeling solar industry. Although solar panels are nothing new and have been around for 60 years, the government’s feed-in tariff scheme, which rewards pioneer adopters of solar technology, is leading some individuals and companies to give false information to cash in on naive consumers.”
It has shown that as many as 7 out of the 12 companies selling solar technology recommended putting solar panels on a shaded part of a roof, and a third of solar companies are over-estimating the energy generated by PV electric and solar heating panels. Read the rest of this entry »
Finding MCS accredited solar installers was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
If you are reading this, you are fortunate. You could live in one of the many thousands of homes which could benefit from a window of opportunity called the feed-in tariff scheme for PV solar panels (photovoltaic).
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 »
The PV solar panels gold rush was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
Did you know that the government-backed feed-in tariff scheme will offer homeowners fantastic returns for early adoption of PV solar panels (photovoltaic) technology?
There’s nothing more powerful than when PV’s time has come.
Did you also know that the feed-in tariff is structured so that later adopters of these fantastic technologies will receive much smaller incentives as solar panels become popular?
The fact is that homes across the world are all experiencing higher energy costs, with the United Kingdom (being at the end of the supply chain) feeling the worst of those 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 »
Act on PV solar panel feed-in tariffs was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
John and Mary, an ordinary couple from Lincolnshire who has recently invested in PV solar panels (photovoltaic) for their home explain in their own words why they took the plunge.
“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, but if you defer your installation for a few years, your entry benefits will be less, so don’t wait to make the decision. Read the rest of this entry »
The PV solar panel incentive was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
We empowered the early PV-pioneers and continue to help EV-owners following in their savvy footsteps.