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From April 2022 until

31st March 2027

Solar PV deal

...on domestic Solar PV

installations

There are several advantages of having solar PV and battery energy storage systems installed together.

Here are some of the main benefits:

- Energy Independence: Solar PV and battery energy storage systems allow you to generate and store your electricity, reducing your reliance on the grid and giving you greater energy independence.

- Cost Savings: By generating your electricity with solar PV and storing it in batteries, you can reduce your energy bills and potentially even earn money by selling excess energy back to the grid.

- Environmental Benefits: Solar PV and battery energy storage systems are renewable energy technologies, which means they have a much lower environmental impact than traditional fossil fuel-based energy sources.

- Improved Resilience: Battery energy storage systems can provide backup power during grid outages, helping to improve the resilience of your home or business.

- Long-term Investment: Installing solar PV and battery energy storage systems can be a long-term investment that can provide financial and environmental benefits for years to come.

Overall, the combination of solar PV and battery energy storage systems can provide various benefits, including cost savings, environmental benefits, and improved energy resilience. While battery energy storage systems are often installed alongside solar PV systems, it is possible to have a battery energy storage system without solar PV. However, the benefits of a battery energy storage system may be limited without a solar PV system.

Without a solar PV system, a battery energy storage system can still provide backup power during grid outages and potentially help reduce energy bills by charging during off-peak hours and discharging during peak hours. However, the amount of energy that can be stored in the batteries will be limited to the amount of energy that is available from the grid.

On the other hand, when a battery energy storage system is combined with a solar PV system, it can provide greater benefits, including storing excess solar energy generated during the day and using it during the evening and nighttime hours. This can help reduce energy bills even further and increase energy independence.

If you are considering installing a battery energy storage system, it may be worth exploring the benefits of installing a solar PV system alongside it. The savings that can be achieved by installing solar PV and battery energy storage systems will depend on several factors, including the size of the system, the cost of electricity in your area, and the amount of energy that is used in your home or business.

However, here are some of the potential savings that can be achieved:

  • Reduced Energy Bills: By generating your electricity with solar PV and storing it in batteries, you can reduce your energy bills by using less electricity from the grid.

  • Energy Independence: Solar PV and battery energy storage systems can help you become more energy independent, reducing your reliance on the grid and potentially eliminating your electricity bill.

  • Increased Home Value: Studies have shown that homes with solar PV and battery energy storage systems installed can increase in value, providing a return on investment in addition to energy savings.

  • Reduced Carbon Emissions: By using renewable energy sources like solar PV, you can reduce your carbon footprint and help fight climate change.

 

Overall, the savings that can be achieved by installing solar PV and battery energy storage systems can be significant and can provide both financial and environmental benefits.

To help design a LaZer2 solar thermal system, the following information would be helpful:

 

- Location: Your location is important to determine the amount of solar radiation your system can receive. This information will help determine the size of your system and the potential energy output.

- Hot Water Demand: Knowing your hot water demand will help calculate the size of the solar thermal system you need. This will depend on the number of people in your household or the size of your commercial building and the amount of hot water you use on a daily basis.

- Orientation and Tilt of the Roof: The orientation and tilt of your roof will determine the angle of your solar collectors. The angle of the collectors should be optimized to maximize the amount of solar radiation they receive.

- Shading: Shading from trees, buildings, or other structures can affect the performance of your solar thermal system. It is important to identify any potential shading issues to avoid any reduction in energy output.

- Backup System: A backup system may be necessary to ensure hot water is always available, especially during periods of low solar radiation. This could be an electric or gas backup system.

- Budget: Your budget is an important consideration when designing a solar thermal system. The cost of the system will depend on the size, type of collector, and other factors. It is important to balance the cost of the system with the potential energy savings and other benefits.

 

By providing this information, a solar thermal system can be designed by Solar UK  to meet your specific needs and requirements. Contact the team on sales@solaruk.com or 01424 772 903

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Maintenance & Servicing

Solar energy experts South East

Having invested in technology, we have seen far too many people fail to look after it.

We are advocates of regular system servicing and you can expect us to talk a lot about our after sales support.

We want to optimise your system through its working life, so that you get the greatest economic benefit possible.

Look after your technology and it will serve you well.  Ignore it and you will likely have performance issues; a bit like not servicing your car.

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