saverbuyer wrote: »
Worth remembering that £8500 would have earned £300 annual interest so the saving would be closer to £900 per year, plus the inverter will probably need to be changed after 10+ years costing about £1000. Have the wrong type of roof and you'll be generating a lot less. The panels also degrade over time. The Energy Saving Trust reckons a typical 3.5 KWP system will cost around £7000 and generate 3000 KWH, saving/generating you around £645 per year.
guiriman wrote: »
£300 interest on £8500 is just over 3.5%, not sure where you can get that after tax these days.
darwin-rover wrote: »
But how much will leccy cost in 5, 10, 20 years etc.
Its only going to go up
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