Free Solar Panels For Your

Finance Solar panels can provide many benefits. However installing a suitable system can often involve a large initial outlay of cost, which can be too expensive for some. Free solar schemes are more prevalent and are a great way to access the benefits of solar without the initial investment costs. Under a free solar panel scheme, a .pany will design, install and maintain a solar panel system for your farm with no cost to you. How can I benefit from free solar? By installing a solar panel system on your farm you can benefit from all of the free electricity that the system produces. The running costs of a farm are high and energy bills can contribute to this. By using the free, renewable electricity that your panels generate, you can significantly reduce your energy bills by buying less electricity from your provider. You can generate free electricity worth £4,500 per year for 25 years. By using the free clean electricity you can reduce your reliance of fossil fuels and save up to 22 tonnes of CO” each year. You can also protect business against future energy price rises. As the cost of electricity continues to rise, your savings will be greater. Not all farm roofs are suitable for the weight of solar panels. However some .panies will design a ground-mounted system for you instead and could even pay you rent on the land that they occupy. How do these schemes work? Free solar schemes will design, install and maintain a free solar panel system on your farm for free with no capital cost from you. The government introduced an incentive scheme in April 2010 to encourage the uptake of solar technology to reduce the UK’s carbon emission. The Feed-in Tariff scheme guarantees that energy providers will pay the owners of solar panels for each unit of electricity that the panels produce. The solar panel .pany will receive this money from the Feed-in Tariff to cover the installation and maintenance costs. How do I choose an installer? It is important to choose a reputable installer who will be able to advise you, honestly, about your solar options. They should be able to identify a suitable space for solar, whether that is roof space or a location for a ground-mounted system. They should also be suitably experienced in dealing with agricultural installations. A reputable installer should be MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) certified. They should also be Renewable Energy Association Listed (REAL), you should be able to check this by typing their name into the REAL website. About the Author: – – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章: