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Solar Power

Costs and Savings

Prices for PV systems vary depending on the size of the system to be installed, type of PV cell used and the nature of the actual building on which the PV is mounted. The size of the system is dictated by the amount of electricity required.

For the average domestic system, costs can be around £5,000- £7,500 per kWp installed with most domestic systems usually between 1.5 and 3kWp. Solar tiles cost more than conventional panels and panels that are integrated into a roof are more expensive than those that sit on top.

If you intend to have major roof repairs carried out it may be worth exploring PV tiles as they can offset the cost of roof tiles.

You could be saving up to 1.2 tonnes of CO2 a year and this could mean around £250 off your electricity bill*. A 2.5kWp system could provide enough electricity to meet around half a household’s electricity needs each year.

Grid connected systems require very little maintenance, generally limited to ensuring that the panels are kept relatively clean and that shade from trees has not become a problem. The wiring and components of the system should however be checked regularly by a qualified technician.

 

Welcome to the Renewable Energy Specialists website!

Welcome to the Renewable Energy Specialists website. We can guide you to unbelievable savings and efficiencies through technologies such as solar, wind and stream power. Solar power is the best option, and is produced from sun light, it is efficient and clean, solar power is produced by collecting the light from the sun via solar PV panels and converting it to generate electricity. With solar panels you will be able to generate electricity from the power of the sun day in day out with the only exception being during the hours of darkness. Solar power is environmentally friendly because it is 100% renewable and is not a drain on the earth's natural resources like oil or coal.

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There are no pollutants being released in to the atmosphere like burning of oil, no natural resources being used to power our home, no contributing to greenhouse gasses like oil fired power stations. The only downside with solar powering your home is the initial outlay required to buy and install your solar power system, however the components within a solar power system are extremely reliable with virtually no moving parts to wear, solar power systems once installed are virtually maintenance free. Thanks to government legislation, UK residents that have a solar power system installed are guaranteed to earn back their investment plus a whole lot more, the UK government has pledged to buy back the solar energy produced for the next 25 years so a solar installation makes good financial sense.

If you have any questions regarding Renewable Energy, please don’t hesitate to drop us an email or give us a call. picture