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Solar Payback and Return on Investment

November 27, 2012

Wondering what the solar payback and returns look like for solar panels on your home? Many now believe that the government’s incentives have been removed for solar panel installations in the UK, making the solar energy payback period longer than desired. In reality, the incentives still stand and actually solar power is a more viable investment option than ever, [...]

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Poultry Farm powered by Solar Panels

November 6, 2012
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Solar Selections has helped yet another poultry farmer install solar panels across three poultry sheds to power the farm’s buildings. The client was looking for a solar array to help reduce their ever-increasing energy costs. Not only did Solar Selections conduct a tender to source the most competitive quotation (under £1/W) at no cost to our [...]

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Commercial Solar Power Funding: Establishing Viability

June 28, 2012

Late 2011 and the first half of 2012 has seen global investment in renewable energy reach new, unprecedented heights. Solar power has now surpassed wind power as the most popular renewable technology for investment and here in the UK our solar market emerged onto the international photovoltaic (PV) scene thanks to the tried and tested [...]

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Find the Best Solar Power Installation Deals in Newcastle, England, UK

May 3, 2012

Newcastle, although up north is still a great place to install a solar PV system. The UK government’s 21p tariff offers returns of greater than 15%. Low solar panel system prices, combined with the Solar Feed-in Tariff scheme, make purchasing a solar panel system more affordable than ever before. Additionally, solar systems can help households and businesses to insulate [...]

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Commercial Solar Panels no longer need Planning Permission

April 19, 2012

  The installation of the alternative energy source, solar panels, has now been made much easier with the removal of the need for planning permission on non-domestic properties. In addition ground mounted solar energy systems requiring less than 9m2 of area no longer require planning permission. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share [...]

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Why does the light on my Solar Generation Meter stay on?

April 11, 2012

Those whom have had a solar installation completed upon their home or business will have noticed this strange situation before. This article quick explains why the LED (light) on your Generation Meter sometimes remains on.     Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers [...]

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Poultry Site Installs 50kWp Solar System

December 12, 2011
50kWp Commercial Solar Installation on Poultry Farm

Solar Selections has again managed a tender for a 50kWp Commercial Solar Installation procured by a Poultry farmer in the North West. The System was commissioned a week before the cut-off for the old Feed-in Tariff rate of 32.9p per kWh. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via [...]

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Commercial Solar Energy Systems: An Introductory Guide

December 6, 2011
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Commercial solar energy systems are exciting prospects. Established to provide energy security for large corporate sites, small to mid scale power supply for remote operational energy, solar farming or purely investment interests, commercial solar power is big business. In places like the United States and Germany millions of pounds have been invested and made by [...]

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Ground Mounted Solar Energy Systems: An Overview

October 11, 2011

We may not be as fortunate as other countries when it comes to spare land here in the UK, but that does not mean we can’t make the most of what we have. Indeed, it is the effective use of our grounds that can be the telling difference between an economy that prospers and one [...]

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