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Solar Panel Systems for Homes and Businesses

Covering London and the South East

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Long term benefits

If you are looking for a long term solution to reduce your ever rising energy bills then why not use your rooftop to generate your own solar electricity and get paid ‘energy Feed-in Tariffs’ for it!

Solar Panels are an excellent innovation and simply a brilliant idea. Everyone is tired of the escalating household bills and the ever spiralling electricity costs. But what can you do about it?

The answer is simple. Generate your own electricity!

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How does it work and what’s in it for you?

By getting solar photovoltaic panels installed on your house, office or business, you can use daylight to generate electricity for your own use or to be fed back into the national grid.

  • You will receive a payment for every unit of electricity you generate regardless of whether you use it or feed it into the national grid.
  • You will save the cost per unit for every unit of solar electricity that you use from your Solar Generator, because you do not have to pay to import that electricity from the grid.
  • Finally a bonus payment if you feed spare electricity into the national grid. (Estimated at 50% of all electricity you generate.)
  • The payments will rise each year by the RPI value of inflation. The income is tax free, and guaranteed 20 years The whole system will pay for itself in less than 10 years*.
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Trusted

First Solar PV Ltd is an MCS certified installer of Solar Panel Systems, Membership number NAP 30063, and a member of RECC, Membership number 00070650.

We are professionally qualified and highly experienced to take care of the entire process starting from a free survey to the successful completion of the installation.

With so many benefits in store for you, why wait! Let us help you save money and reduce your carbon footprint.

*assumes annual inflation of 2.4% and annual electricity prices increases of 2.7%