Solar Panels

Government Funded Solar Panels Glasgow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen

With energy prices rapidly rising solar panel companies are able to help household owners to start looking look at greener, cheaper and more sustainable alternatives to fossil fuel.

Domestic solar electricity is just one of those solutions and thanks to Government funded solar panels these are now an effective means of reducing your energy bill.

Solar PV has been embraced for many years in the commercial sector and with good reason:

  • Solar delivers an impressive return on investment
  • Returns can be as high as 17%
  • Solar PV can generate payback payments for 20 years

If electricity prices continue to rise at the same rate they are now, they could easily double in ten years’ time. The sun on the other hand won’t send you a nasty bill and in under 7 years the generous Feed in Tariffs could have paid for your solar panels Glasgow – this effectively means you are powering your property for free! For more information regarding solar panels Glasgow & the rest of the UK contact us today.

Solar Panel Government Grants & Free Solar Panels For Homeowners

Solar energy can help homeowners be more profitable. Invest your energy savings back into your home with the thanks of Government funded solar panels. To find out more about free solar panels in Scotland & the rest of the UK, call us on 01413 452 180.

Control Rising Energy Rates
By investing in solar energy, you can virtually eliminate your electric bill for at least the next 25 years.

Financial Incentives
Given the historical growth rate of energy costs and the generous Feed in Tariffs, the return-on-investment can be less than 7 years.

Reduce CO2 Emissions
Benefit from Carbon Tax Levy exemption and meet sustainability standards.

Show Environmental Interest
Help the environment by using energy options and invest in s greener future.

Solar Panels Glasgow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen Grants

In addition to the savings made, your property can take full advantage of the domestic Feed in Tariff and other incentives which reward you for switching to cleaner and greener solar energy.

Domestic solar panels Glagsow, Edinburgh &A berdeen can suddenly make your property much more attractive.

Domestic Feed In Tariff

Here’s some good news – If you install an electricity-generating technology from a renewable or low-carbon source such as solar PV, the UK Government’s Feed-in Tariffs scheme (FITs) may allow you to claim back money from your energy company.
You may be paid for the electricity which you generate, even if you use it yourself, and for any surplus electricity you export to the grid. Another advantage of this is that you will save money on your electricity bill, as you will be using your own electricity.
What’s the one thing that concerns people when considering solar power? The cost. It’s true that solar panel installation can be expensive, but when you look at the overall return on investment the figures speak for themselves.
Thanks to the Feed in Tariff, a government incentive solar panel grant, designed specifically to help your business to save money by generating your own energy, solar electricity suddenly becomes quite an attractive option.
Your business can say goodbye to extortionate electricity bills as you will be generating your own natural clean energy.
Your energy company will pay your business an energy generation tariff. This is based on a fixed rate for each hWh of electricity you produce.
In addition to the generation tariff, your business will also be paid an export tariff. Therefore, for every kWh of energy you don’t use, you can be paid 4.77p for sending it back to the grid.

Find Out More About Domestic Solar Power

If you would like to find out more about commercial solar panels suppliers, and generating your own electricity by investing in commercial solar electricity, we would be delighted to speak to you. Alternatively, you can read our Solar Panels category on our company blog.

For solar panels Glasgow, Edinburgh & Aberdeen call Nexus Energy Solutions now on 01413 452 180 to arrange an impartial consultation.