Solar Panels in Cambridgeshire: The benefits

Compare solar panel installers in Cambridgeshire, England

by James Martin II on September 27, 2012

There is good financial sense in installing solar panels in Cambridgeshire, England. Finding a good deal on a solar system from a trustworthy solar panel installation company is the first step on the journey to going solar. Let Solar Selections help you choose the right installer for you in Cambridgeshire.

Solar panels in Cambridgeshire: The advantages

Solar panels are the part of a solar photovoltaic (PV) system that convert sunlight into electricity (which must be converted to appliance- and grid-compatible AC electricity via an inverter).

Installing a solar panel array in Cambridgeshire offers the same benefits as doing so would elsewhere in the UK–revenue from the UK’s Solar Feed-in Tariffs and savings on electricity bills when homes and businesses consume the solar power their panels produce instead of buying electricity from the grid. Thanks mainly to these two things, solar panels offer excellent returns on investment (ROI) for Cambridgeshire residents.

Solar panel installers in Cambridge: How to pick a good one

Solar Selections is uniquely positioned to help our customers find the best solar panel installers in Cambridgeshire. We provide customers with free, impartial advice about their options for going solar, working with a network of installers across the UK, all of whom are fully MCS accredited.

With years of managing both residential and commercial solar power projects, Solar Selections has the knowledge and experience to match up customers with the solar panel system that best matches their requirements and budget.

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Typical system size for solar panel installations in Cambridgeshire

The solar panel array size that you decide on will ultimately depend on your electricity demand and your budget. Some Cambridgeshire residents use solar panels for larger, commercial-scale solar farms, while smaller systems are the obvious choice to be installed on residential homes.

The most common size for a residential solar PV system in the UK is 4 kilowatts-peak (kWp). As a general rule, a customer can expect their system to produce an average of approximately 2.35 kilowatt-hours (kWh, or units) of electricity per day for each kW of capacity of their system. So, for example, a 4kWp solar system in Cambridgeshire will produce around (2.35 x 4kW) = 9.4kWh per day.

Download a solar panel ROI Calculator for Cambridgeshire, UK*

How to use the calculator:

1. Download the Solar Selections Cambridgeshire solar system ROI calculator (Excel spreadsheet file)

2. Request a Solar Quote Comparison of the solar system installers in your area to obtain system prices,

3. Alter the variables in the light blue boxes in the spreadsheet (system size, system price, etc) in to reflect your situation and calculate system Return on Investment (ROI).

(You may also open the file in Google Docs if you have a Google account.)

*Calculator outputs are indicative only–please keep in mind that electricity rates and Feed-in Tariff rates may change over time.

Contact Solar Selections for free, impartial advice and Solar Quote Comparisons

Get in touch with Solar Selections to discuss your options by emailing or calling us directly, or by taking 30 seconds to fill out the Quote Comparison Request form to the right of this page. Remember that our services are 100% free to our customers.

T: 020 7205 2267

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