PV solar panels, today


An extraordinary road towards an electric-driven world enhanced by photovoltaic solar panels.



Learn about PV export tariffs

November 6th, 2014

Export tariffs are tied to buying PV solar panels today.

Why buy PV solar panels in the UK?

PV adopters today get a rate of return for selling their surplus power.

The power surplus not required by battery storage.

Benefit from a generation export tariff that all traditional energy suppliers offer.

From its original conception in 2009, the feed-in tariff scheme spawned a silent revolution.

We see this on the rooftops around the country today.

Many who opted to invest in solar panels are now sitting smugly. Read the rest of this entry »


How solar energy can help?

October 23rd, 2014

North Korea today stopped all incoming flights to protect itself from Ebola.

A solar kettle incorporating evacuated tube technology.

Western governments have not yet banned incoming flights from those affected parts of Africa.

When the inevitable occurs, our society will change forever!

One thing is for sure, you certainly won’t get the truth from watching controlled media.

Preparedness has always been the aim of Power My Home, and those who questioned solar panels and the need to prepare are no longer skeptical today.

Change is already occurring with people replacing the traditional handshake with fist-bumping.

Imagine a world where local supermarket workers refuse to go to work through fear of infection! Read the rest of this entry »


The Sun is a friend or foe

September 4th, 2014

For thousands of years, the biggest worry was men with swords on horseback.

The sun and PV solar panels.

Today’s equivalent is an X-flare from The Sun.

Only this week, The Sun has been active with a flurry of solar flares.

Most solar flares are aimed away from The Earth or of a lower class that can’t penetrate the planet’s magnetic shielding.

However, more intense eruptions called X-flares can penetrate and overwhelm us with electromagnetically-charged particles. Read the rest of this entry »


Transitioning to solar panels

August 21st, 2014

My nephew got his first paid job, but all his hard-earned money was spent on phone credit.

Transitioning to solar panels

What a shame, no fun stuff, just boring old phone credit!

This got me wondering about the rest of us.

The same situation is occurring with the average homeowner and their energy bills.

The big difference between the gas and phone credit is energy costs are on an exponential climb!

A paradigm shift is needed in the way we heat and power our homes. Read the rest of this entry »


PV solar panels and degradation

August 7th, 2014

This degradation issue of photovoltaics should be a minor consideration.

How to clean solar panels.

Degradation rates of solar panels are so small that they should be of little consideration.

The cost of your solar installation is more worthy of your investigative powers.

Investigating the panel degradation issue, it’s important to know exactly what the terms “degradation” and/or “Performance Warranties” mean.

These terms will be used when presenting systems for your consideration. Read the rest of this entry »


A solar panel industry reborn

July 23rd, 2014

I’m a proud early adopter of the internet.

I’m equally inspired by a similar pioneering spirit in the solar panel industry.

Find MCS solar panel installers.

Like the early internet, people began to venture into a world of exciting unknowns.

Pioneers learn quickly and manage to avoid the pitfalls of such a new landscape. Read the rest of this entry »