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Investment in solar energy at present is a win-win situation and is proving to be one of the smartest investment choices home owners are at present selecting to make. However don’t wait as in 2012 the government feed in tariff rates will lower for new installations. Get started now and call us today or email

Solar PV Panels help lower energy bills,  and make available long term protection against mounting energy prices and are government backed by a 25 year feed in tariff scheme.


Solar panels help lower energy bills

Solar PV panels provide a renewable source of free electrical power with an incredible amount of economic incentives being realised by house owners who want to invest

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Photovoltaic explained?

Solar panels use light energy (photons) from the sun to produce electricity through the photovoltaic effect. The structural (load carrying) member of a module can either be the top layer or the back layer. The bulk of modules use wafer-based crystalline silicon cells or thin-film cells based on cadmium telluride or silicon. The conducting wires that take the current off the panels may contain silver, copper or other conductive (but by and large not magnetic) transition metals.

Because a single solar panel can produce only a limited amount of power, many installations contain several panels. A photovoltaic system typically includes an array of solar panels, an inverter, and sometimes a battery and interconnection wiring.

Solar PV Panels Feed in tariff scheme - Return on investment of around 8-12%, is index linked and completely tax free.

A solar panel (photovoltaic module or photovoltaic panel) is a packaged, interconnected assembly of solar cells, also known as photovoltaic cells. The solar panel can be used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to produce and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications.

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The cells must be connected electrically to one another and to the rest of the system. Cells have to also be protected from mechanical damage and moisture. The majority solar panels are rigid, but semi-flexible ones are obtainable, based on thin-film cells.

Electrical connections are made in series to complete a preferred output voltage and/or in parallel to supply a desired current capability.

Separate diodes can be needed to avoid reverse currents, in case of partial or total shading, and at night. The p-n junctions of mono-crystalline silicon cells may have adequate reverse current characteristics that these are not needed. Reverse currents waste power and can as well lead to overheating of shaded cells. Solar cells turn out to be less efficient at higher temperatures and installers try to provide good ventilation behind solar panels.