Solar Panel Energy Advice from Nextgenergy Providing Assessments Across Scotland
Get in touch with Green Deal Adviser Shirley Paterson to receive solar panel energy advice and find out if your property is suitable for the installation of solar panels. The process ideally begins with an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) survey. The EPC is a pre-requisite towards accessing a Home Renewables Loan up to £2500 and the EPC is needed for applying for a solar PV feed-in tariff. The tariff comprises of an export tariff and a generation tariff. Everybody who applies irrespective of their property’s EPC rating gets the same export tariff rate. However, the generation tariff rate is determined by the EPC rating before solar is installed – it could be the high tariff for properties with energy ratings of D, C, B or A – and it would be the low tariff for properties with G, F or E ratings. All is not lost if your property is rated low at G, F or E, because NextGenergy would work closely with you to implement EPC recommendations to get the rating up to a D if possible.
The Benefits of Installing Solar Panel Energy
When going through the process of having Green Deal Assessor Shirley Paterson providing you with an energy savings efficiency report, it might be recommendation to consider installing solar panels.
Solar Panels can save you £xxxx and it could increase the value of your home. Buying a home with solar panels translates into lower electricity costs, and solar panels will increase the home’s attractiveness on the market.
Energy Assessment Report Incentive for Solar Panel Heating Installation
Once you are in possession of your Energy Saving Report you can explore the potential of taking advantage of some incentives to have your solar panel heating installed. You might find you can get xx% of the total solar panel system install costs back.
If you have never considered looking at Solar Panel Energy get in touch with NextGenergy and you will have explained to you the guaranteed performance you can expect if you install solar panels. Manufacturers of Solar Panels have been known to include a 20 to 25 year warranty that is also know as a performance guarantee. The industry standard guarantees 80% of performance after 25 years. So your solar panels will likely generate a good amount of electricity 30-40 years from now. To find out more about getting an energy assessment of your property and find out whether you should invest in Solar Panel Energy, fill out the form and we will get back in touch. (233 words)