Green Electrical Installations Domestic Solar PV
PV has technology developed a great deal over the last 10 year since boom from 2010 – 2016 when the Feed in Tariff was in place to encourage the take up of Solar Panels. The maximum output (Wattage) of solar panels has increased from an average solar panel being 180kWp to 190kWp. A 4kW solar array would need 20 to 21 panels so the roof size needed to be large to accommodate so many solar panels. Jump a decade forwards the average size of solar panels are now 330kWp to 360kWp so now you only need space for a 12 solar panel array to achieve a 4kW Solar array.
Green Electrical Installations would advise that you maximise the roof space you have sometimes exceeding the standard 4kW system. The bigger the solar array the more electricity you generate helping homeowners to deal with the ever-increasing demand for electricity especially as more homeowners start installing electric heating and drive electric cars. A simple DNO request would need submitting to request permission or give
notification of a larger solar array that Green Electrical Installations would process on your behalf. Green Electrical Installations can help and give advice.
It’s worthwhile visiting the Energy Saving Trust Website visit solar PV page to see how much you could save.
Being realistic it would take between 9 to 11 years for the solar PV array to pay back the initial investment without taking into consideration any other benefits.
Start Reducing Energy Bills and Carbon Emissions by Installing Solar PV
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Green Electrical Installations would welcome the opportunity to help you create a more sustainable home of the future.