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Protect yourself from any changes
in electricity upward prices
Having a solar array to generate the
majority of your energy means you pay
less for electricity from the utility grid.
The new affordable generation of solar
will also further hedge against price
hikes on electricity prices that may be
on the way in 2021, or post covid
The best solar panels are currently
cheap to install
Solar panel costs has dropped
dramatically over the past few years
thanks to an increase in demand and the
development of new technology. In 2010
a 4kw system would have cost over
£11,500, now 10 years later the cost is
almost half of that, or less, as is the case
through Solar Harvester`s Winter Sale
System stability and Independencyfrom the gridReduces your carbon footprintProtects against energy price volatilityallowing you to fix tomorrow’s energy costs todayLow visual impact and zero noise pollution
Just a few reasons why it is a good idea to install Solar Panels in 2020
If you have been debating whether you should have a solar array installed ?
2020 really is the best time to do it, Solar Panels are still a fantastic and affordable
investment thanks to the current low cost of having them installed, we took a look
at a few of the reasons why you should consider going solar
Reducing your energy bills by up to 70% per annumPromotes Environmental responsibilityReduces your reliance on fossil fuelsContributes to a sustainable futureSystem stability and independency from the grid
3 - Recent Solar installations Tried and Tested Solar Systems
Panasonic ideal for restricted space roofs Slim Panasonic HIT® N250
features a high module efficiency of 19.8%, an industry leading temperature
coefficient of -0.258% /°C and a sleek design. Powerful and efficient,
designed to get the most out of your roof!
25 Year Product and Performance Guarantee is backed by a century old
company - Panasonic. Power output is guaranteed to 86.2% after 25 years.
Canadian Solar 310W KuBlack Half-Cell Mono PERC All BlackThis module has increased power thanks to its better shading tolerances. Not only does it have more power it is also very reliable due to:-Design minimizes micro-cracks - Lower hot spot temperatureDesign minimizes micro-cracks - Lower hot spot temperature Heavy snow load of up to 6000 Pa and wind load of up to 4000 Pa
Q Cells 315W Mono Q Peak Duo G5 All BlackThe new Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G5 is a monocrystalline solar module with power classes up to 320 Wp and an efficiency of up to 19.0 %. Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G5 solar modules offer higher yields over smaller surface areas.This is made possible by the new generation of Q.ANTUM's world-record-holding cell concept which has now been combined with state-of-the-art circuitry half cells and a six-busbar design.The front surface of the Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G5 is completely black and enhances the visual appearance of even the most exclusive residential system.The Q CELLS Anti LID Technology eliminates light induced degradation (LID), which can greatly reduce system performance, almost completely.Other conventional monocrystalline solar cells will lose much of their initial performance, once exposed to sunlight. With Q.PEAK DUO BLK-G5 this is not the case, thanks to Anti LID Technology.
Q Cells 315W Mono Q Peak Duo G5 All Black
Where can solar panels be installed?Solar panels are commonly installed onto the roof of a property. However, this isn’t the only option. This is particularly good news for anyone who considers solar panels to be an ‘eyesore’. So rather than being installed on the roof of your home, solar panels could be installed on your shed or other outbuildings, such as a home office, workshop, studio or guest accommodation, where the solar panels can direct electricity from the shed to the home. It’s even possible to have solar panels installed on the ground and some models have solar tracking which means the panels follow the sun during the day.With the uptake of electric vehicles, home charging points coupled with solar panels are well worth installing, Alternatively install a car port, where surplus Solar could be directed to the home