You either get PV, or you don’t


I’ve been passionate about PV solar panels for half my adult life now.

I’ve seen PV prices drop down to more attainable levels over that time.

From day one, I knew PV solar panels represented freedom to its adopters.

The satisfaction I get from releasing households back into the wild with decades of cheap energy is immeasurably satisfying.

Sadly, I’ve witnessed ‘The Establishment’ doing they’re best to deter uptake – why?

The government boasts about UK solar — despite stifling it.

The name of ‘they’re’ game is to keep the herd suckling on their costly network.

Case in point, Hinkley Point C power station was sold to investors on the basis that the herd will get milked, on a minimum tariff rate. PV solar panel adoption on a large-scale would hinder that milking process and return on investment.

Already, Hinkley is running 2.9 billion over budget. Do you already know who’ll be paying those additional costs back through they’re quarterly’s?

Golden egg layers must not have the ability of flight – Bingo!

Directing the gaggle against the very thing that will benefit them has been a ‘party trick’ of our ruling class for thousands of years.

If the real owners of this Chessboard don’t want you to install solar panels; you know it’s probably time you should 🙂

Large-scale adoption means their dirty business model gets demoted to supplemental, thus breaking a parasitic relationship that started in 1066 with the commandeering of our woodlands.

PV inconveniently hands power back to the Surfs.

Aspiring for self-generation

“It always seems impossible until it’s done” – Nelson Mandella.

Over the last seven years, I have encountered and chatted to pioneer PV-households and confirm that I’ve never personally come across a person who regretted they’re installation.

I’m not naive enough to think PV is all Rainbows and Unicorns. Just like any other industry, there have been some who’ve been mis-sold by commission-only salespeople in the past.

Power My Home was initially developed as a positive reaction to those wild west days and had been helping people source trustworthy installers since its inception.

Today, I’m happy to confirm the PV industry, for the most part, has shed its fleas. Those earliest rotten apples have fled to greener pastures (excuse the pun).

More positivity news comes on the horizon, with the advent of the new Smart Export Guarantee that will get fossil fuel companies competing to attract your surplus power.

Because ‘fossil fuel’ type energy companies currently offer ‘offset’ green energy tariffs that are a shambolic attempt to appear green. Market forces will get them competing to attract ‘real’ green energy producers – large and small.

The operational life of three decades plus is PV’s advantage.

A bonus treat still exists for those installing today with a delicious 5% VAT rate, something that won’t be there for later adopters.

A common topic of conversation when talking to existing users is the electric vehicle outlook. PV solar panels with EV-charging capabilities is something that all PV-owners I have spoken to are looking forward to benefiting.

PV with EV-charging is only one benefit of many.

Additionally, battery storage technology and SMART grid of power-sharing opportunities, quite literally make solar power a 24-hour service.

Interconnected Smart-homes are a fantastic way to benefit further through co-operative power-sharing.

These advancements are the actual reality of PV solar panels in the UK today.

You’ll never read about them in the Daily Snail.

Sadly, recent negative press articles are designed to protect those with a vested interest in keeping people fish-hooked onto their owner’s investment portfolios.

To get the real story on PV-tech in the UK, ask our trusted network of industry-leading installers. They have been releasing households into the beautiful green pastures of self-generation, despite hostile government policies for several years now.

Ultimately, as electric cars become more popular, the government and their lobbyists will be looking to replace lost fuel duty revenue and profits through raising electricity pricing.

The last thing they want is a smart and informed population powering their homes and charging their cars for free.

That’s why solar panels terrify our parasitical overlords – Bingo!

PV solar panels are a gift for humanity; not yet realised.

Now you understand as we do.

Now you get PV.

Nailed it!


Author.

Stuart Lovatt 2019-10-01
Founder of Power My Home.