Claim the PV solar panels (photovoltaic) feed-in tariff incentive before others do.
There’s nothing more powerful than when PV’s time has come.
What do cash strap Birmingham City Council and farmers have in common?
They are sun worshipers who are turning solar energy with solar panels into a steady financial income. Because the government’s new feed-in tariff policy is so tempting in its current form, that uptake has increased so much.
The feed-in tariff pays 15.44 pence per Kilowatt hour you generate, even if you use the energy yourself, and 3 pence more if you export it to the National grid network. By comparison, the average electric charge from your supplier is around 13 pence per kWh. Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panels with feed-in tariffs was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
I believe we should leave our planet in a right, healthy way for the next generation. Our children! And waiting for the politicians to fix this one, well it just isn’t going to happen.
Since I was a child, humanity has learned many new things, such as Star Trek communicators are possible; planets exist around other stars.
Additionally, Pluto isn’t a planet at all, but the most important of our newly acquired universal knowledge is that our home planet is a living, breathing, self-regulating and prone to sickness, ill-health and even death when compared to our planetary neighbours. Read the rest of this entry »
Next-generation PV solar panels was last modified: February 20th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
UK householders still have reservations about the effectiveness of PV solar panels (photovoltaic) in the UK climate.
Solar panels effectiveness in the UK.
The United Kingdom commonly experiences around 48% overcast days per year. So does this mean solar panels are useless in the winter months?
No, says Stuart Lovatt from Heat my Home. A good PV solar system will still contribute on most cloudy days in Britain. This myth is a common misconception, brought about from the clunky early years of solar when technology was young.
I wouldn’t have got on a plane with the Wright brothers, but modern aeroplanes with new technology have become everyday life. The same is now happening with solar panels. Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panels of the United Kingdom was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt