Domestic Wind Power Scotland & The Rest of The UK
Domestic wind power pays dividends through FIT’s (feed in Tariffs).
The UK has some of the strongest winds in Europe – 40% of the continent’s winds blow over the UK, which home-owners can take advantage of.
Feed-in Tariffs were introduced on 1 April 2010 and replaced UK government grants as the main financial incentive to encourage uptake of renewable electricity-generating technologies.
Choosing the right energy source is an important decision for home-owners as energy costs are dramatically increasing year-on-year. Turning to alternative forms of power to reduce or replace reliance on traditional electricity forms can save you a substantial amount of money each year.
The latest technology means home-owners who choose wind power as a green energy option can actually make it a reality. Wind turbines end up paying a dividend to users through feed-in-tariffs and energy savings.
Wint Turbines in Scotland & Europe – An Economically Viable Energy Source
Local governments across the UK are encouraging the installation of renewable energy equipment, including wind turbines in Scotland. Microgeneration, the small-scale generation of heat and electric power by individuals has a pivotal role to play in helping to offset energy used to power domestic properties across the country.
Wind Power Scotland & England
Wind power is one of the main alternative power sources due to the strength of the winds which blow across the UK. In fact, more than 40% of Europe’s winds blow over the UK, therefore, capturing this source of energy means our reliance on traditional forms of electricity can be gradually reduced.
To fully capture the benefits of renewable energy contact Nexus Energy Solutions to find out how we project manage wind turbines in Scotland for all sizes of projects.
Benefits Of Commercial Wind Turbines In The UK
If your home is in the right location, wind turbines may help you take advantage of the UK’s natural wind advantage and offset your economic impact on the environment by building a wind turbine which can power your domestic property for years to come and save you money for the long-term.
Find Out More About Wind Turbines in Scotland
Why not contact our experienced energy advice team today and choose a wind turbine which suits your needs and wants. Our experienced energy experts can perform a full technical survey of your property, analyse your electricity usage and test your area’s average wind speed.