To find out what constraints having an older roof puts on your potential solar installation, we asked Tok Charles, a Technical Designer here at Spirit some questions that anyone might have.
In summary, yes! But you probably shouldn’t. Here’s why:
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Recently, the Government announced a series of measures aimed at cutting red tape around the installation of solar panels. One of these was removing the planning regulation requirement around installing solar panels on domestic flat roofs, bringing this in line with commercial properties. But if you have a domestic flat roof and are looking to take advantage of this new state of affairs, what other considerations should you bear in mind?
Topics: Solar PV
So, after an extended summer, the rain and snow are upon us. But how do solar panels cope in rainy weather? Can water ingress cause problems? And what about snow or hail?
“I’m a landlord with a tenant – I can’t install solar!”
“I’m a tenant with a landlord - I can’t install solar either!”
It's been a while since we updated our readership on the full range of export tariffs available on market. Here at Spirit we work closely with a variety of energy companies to help you get the best rates for your solar PV system. With that in mind here is an overview of the state of the market for getting you the best value for excess energy.
Everyone knows that you can’t put solar panels on a north facing roof…. or can you?
With electricity prices rising, north facing solar panels are now often worth the money.
Very soon, we expect demand to outstrip supply, once again.