Find out how Solar Panels could help you with Solar Advanced Systems

Industry: Technology

Solar Advanced Systems' website has a handy tool to see just what solar energy could do for you.

UK (PRUnderground) October 31st, 2011

If you’re thinking about getting solar panels fitted to your home, or even if you’re just looking for a way to reduce your energy bill or carbon footprint, then the Solar Advanced Systems website has a great tool to help you work out just what the benefits will be to you.

All you have to do is enter your details, such as where in the country you live and in which direction your roof faces, along with the system that you’d like to be fitted. Once that’s done, we can give a rough estimate of the initial cost, along with how much energy you’ll save each year, how much extra you can expect from the Feed In Tariff, what your savings will be over the next twenty-five years and how long it will take you to pay off your original investment.

With details like this, you can get a much better idea of what a solar PV system could do for your home. One thing our estimates don’t detail is the added value to your house, but that’s something which you can imagine yourself.

Our tool will even provide you with a handy breakdown of the cost, how much you’ll save and what you could get back each year, so you can see for yourself exactly how everything works out.

Once you’ve got all of this information, you can organise an official estimate to be given so that you can take the first step on the road to providing yourself and your home with clean, renewable energy.

About Solar Advanced Sytems:

At Solar Advanced Systems we provide cost effective solar PV systems that maximise this powerful free source of energy, reducing your costs and helping the planet at the same time.

Solar PV is a renewable energy system which uses solar PV panels to convert sunlight into electricity. The PV cells consist of thin layers of a semi-conducting material, usually silicon, which generates an electric charge when exposed to daylight (rather than heat). The greater the intensity of the light, the greater the flow of electricity.


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