Yes, Ofgem have confirmed that the FiT rate for all solar PV systems under 4kW will be cut from 1st April this year to 14.38p, it's not a big cut, but still a cut nonetheless - the current FiT rate is 14.9p.
So, if you've ever thought about looking into it then now is a good time because all systems installed by 31st March will get the current rate of 14.9p which will be guaranteed for 20 years!
If you would like to have a free, no obligation, no high pressures sales appointment then please call us on 01684-774006 - we cover mainly Glos / Worcs & surrounding areas.
The rates for PV systems over 50kW & less than 250kW will not be changed.
Yes, the other side of our business, Solar Technology PV Engergy Ltd, install Solar PV systems onto your house, barn, stable etc. or, if you have space in your garden then maybe a ground-mounted system if you'd prefer not to have them on your roof.
An installation takes only a day, with the scaffold being put up the day before and taken down a day or two after, so not a lot of upheaval at all to enjoy the benefits it gives you, the best of which are reduced electricity bills, which we could all do with in this ever rising marketplace, plus a quarterly cheque for any unused power through the FiT (Feed-In-Tariff) scheme.
We have done many domestic & commerical properties, and are a preferred supplier for the Church of England, who have had installs on many of their Vicarages throughout Gloucestershire, Portsmouth & Plymouth, supplied by ourselves.
If you have been interested in the past then now is a good time to think again as the next FiT reduction is due on 31st March this year.
The areas we mainly cover are Gloucestershire & Worcestershire which are obvioulsy local to us, but as long as you're not a millions miles away from us we could still come & take a look.
So, if you think your house, barn, etc. may be suitable and would like to arrange a 'free, no obligation, no high pressure sales survey' then please call us on 01684-774006.
Take a look at our new live video which shows a typical install from start to finish.
If you'd like more information then please follow this link http://www.solarpve.co.uk
Dear Solar Technology International,
I hope these pictures hold your attention - they were taken in the desert of Wadi Rum Jordan, south of Petra near the Red Sea.
My Freeloader Pro has been of great help to charge the batteries of my two cameras!
Robert JOSSERAND, France
So far I have raised £6,366.00 for Alzheimer Scotland.......
I am now back from Antarctica, the Freeloader Pro, the external panel & the cam caddy all worked superbly & in very mixed conditions.
We had poor conditions & our return was delayed by bad weather. However, all my electronics & batteries were kept charged throughout.
I completed the marathon in -30 degrees with a 10mph wind & snow showers & soft snow underfoot - my time was 5.47.53 & I was placed 4th female & 16th overall.
The 100K ultra marathon was then 28 hours later & completed in white out conditions, a lot of snow & temperatures ranging from -12 to -15 with a 6mph breeze - my time was 17.19.51 &
I was placed 1st female & 3rd overall.
I am the first Scot to complete the double & only the 2nd British woman.
Event Report by the Caravan Industry - The Independent Caravan Trade Journal - November 2013 Edition
Solar Technology International had a range of both rigid and flexible panels on display. All were manufactured by the company, which also manufactures a range of PV Logic portable panels. Currently we believe that portable panels are the most popular with caravanners, whereas the rigid roof panels are more usually found on motorhomes. However, having seen several top range 2014 caravans at the show with solar roof panels as standard we don't think it will be long before all caravans coming off the line will have the panels as standard.