Antispam wrote: »
What it doesn't tell you is that the feed in tariffs are paid for by us the customers
msubbu wrote: »
What are these and how much do they cost?
joolsleeds wrote: »
A useful article.
I've had some free panels installed by A Shade Greener (ASG), and have been very impressed by the whole set up.
There are no catches, and since we've had the panels installed about 3 months ago, we've taken 45% of our all the electricity we've used off the roof. Obviously, the days will get shorter and the weather less sunny, but fully expect savings of c.35-40% averaged over the year.
ASG's installation was very good, and the after installation service is great too. They are very choosy in terms of who's roof they will put their panels on - your roof must be facing the right way, be big enough for the panels (I have 18 panels installed) and the right roof pitch, otherwise its a no-go.
No strings, other than you are locked in for 25 years, which is a long time. Though the way power prices are going, I expect that the panels would be attractive to house buyers, rather than a put off.
I remain glad that we had them installed, and that we chose ASG.
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