Useful Links

We hope you find this information useful and informative. For down to earth unbiased advice on fitting Solar Panels to your house for domestic electricity generation, or if you need help with a larger commerical installation, then please get in touch.

Useful Links & Downloads

Department of Energy & Climate Change offical website information on Feed-in Tariffs (FITs)

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-of-energy-climate-change

Solar Irradiance based on orientation and roof angle

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Cambs Met office sunshine hours average – compared against Government standard irradiance figure (C) Crown copyright

Cambs Met office sunshine hours average – compared against Government standard irradiance figure
(C) Crown copyright

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Cambs Met office sunshine hours (C) Crown copyright

Cambs Met office sunshine hours
(C) Crown copyright

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Global irradiation and solar electricity potential

A map representing the yearly sum of global irradiation on horizontal and optimally inclined surface, 10-years average of the period 1981-1990 [kWh/m2]. The same colour legend represents also potential solar electricity [kWh/kWp] generated by a 1 kWp system per year with photovoltaic modules (PV) mounted at an optimum inclination and assuming system performance ratio 0.75.

http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pvgis/cmaps/eu_opt/pvgis_solar_optimum_GB.png

Real Time Monitoring Example

This link takes you to an external website which provides real time monitoring and graphing of live Solar PV installations throughout the UK and Globally. Customers use this site to ensure their Solar PV plant is working properly and to monitor energy output financial returns and CO2 emissions savings over time.

View our sample site profile.

View our sample site energy value produced and CO2 saved.

Government Amendments

Government amendments to planning legislation to allow Renewable Energy installations as permitted developments – not requiring planning permission.

View amendment of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995
View Planning Policy Statement 22: Renewable Energy

“Feed in Tariff Licensees” licensed by Ofgem

“Feed in Tariff Licensees” licensed by Ofgem to administer the payment of FiTs to domestic customers.
Apply to your licensee to pay you your FiT once you have registered your installation with your “District Network Operator”.

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