Still awaiting for the final figures1, the Department of Energy and Climate Change published yesterday a new Weekly Solar PV report, showing some good figures. The initial results reveal 1,305 solar pv installations have been done this week ending 9th September, in comparison to 961 done during the week before. The total number of installations on the MCS database 369,936, up from 368,631 (week ending 2nd September 2012), and the total capacity installed increased by 4.2MW, to stand at 1.3GW.
Despite the fact that Feed-in Tariffs keep on dropping down, it seems solar energy doesn’t only mean money for the British population. There have been around 4,000 solar pv installations all along the country since 1st of August, when last changes in the FITs scheme were done, and everything points out to a possible balance in these installations figures. Solar panels are not only a good investment for your home in terms of money, but also a good way to reduce your carbon footprint.
If you are thinking in making your home more self-efficient in order to meet the energy levels of The Green Deal – starting October 2012 -, feel free to contact us calling at 01621 85 66 28 or by email to email@example.com, and get a free quotation for your solar panels installation.
Updated 21st September 2012
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