Most people invested in Solar PV systems to earn the feed-in-tariff payments. They also expected to save a lot on their electricity bills. However, according to Energy Saving Trust, most households are only using 25% of their solar power
Whilst your solar PV system may generate up to 4000 kWh electricity per year, the problem with our variable weather means that if your domestic power load exceeds the solar generated power, you are still using mains power. In other words, you may be generating 1000W, but if you have a washing machine on, you may need 2500W and the additional 1500W will come from the mains.
Your feed-in-tariff is largely based on total power generated, not what you export to the grid. The export tariff is an assumed 50% of total power generated and is a small part of your payment. PV batteries are now a viable part of your your domestic energy supply
We have deals starting at just £2690 fully installed and including VAT for a 2.4kWh lithium-ion battery system. This battery will provide useful life of up to 18 years. What is more, it is an expandable system meaning you can buy additional batteries for just £950 each!
We are confident our prices cannot be beaten and our standard system is around £500 less than most competitors
The savings for a single 2.4kWh battery depends on how you use it. Careful use will achieve a saving of up to £280 at current electricity prices. If electric prices continue to rise as they have done over the last ten years, you might be saving £500+ each year within 8 years. Furthermore, we are able to offer our customers a grid-share programme that could pay hundreds of pounds a year to provide battery storage capacity to the grid!
Your battery system is a long-term investment which is why we only work with the leading brands like LG, Samsung, SolaX, Tesla and Pylontech.
This way you will have quality assurance, long warranties and superior performance
We also have experience consulting on commercial-scale battery systems of up to 1000 kWh equivalent storage for investors seeking to reap the benefits of grid-share programmes
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