28 July 2014

 

One in five homeowners want to install solar panels
A recent report from Ocean Finance has demonstrated that one in five homeowners would like to install solar panels on their property.  Solar panels are especially popular in London where nearly one in eight properties currently have them. 
New technology is tipped to increase the popularity of renewable energy. Clear solar collecting windowpanes could enable homes to produce electricity in addition to generating central heating by capturing the warmth transmitted from the sun and using it to insulate the home. 
The ‘feed in tariff’, launched by the government in April 2010 will also guarantee regular cash payments to households that produce their own energy at home. With just over a fifth of homeowners agreeing to the prospect of installing solar panels, the nation can hope to increasingly reduce its carbon footprint and seek to invest in the welfare of our planet.   

 

A recent report from Ocean Finance has demonstrated that one in five homeowners would like to install solar panels on their property.  Solar panels are especially popular in London where nearly one in eight properties currently have them. 

New technology is tipped to increase the popularity of renewable energy. Clear solar collecting windowpanes could enable homes to produce electricity in addition to generating central heating by capturing the warmth transmitted from the sun and using it to insulate the home. 

The ‘feed in tariff’, launched by the government in April 2010 will also guarantee regular cash payments to households that produce their own energy at home. With just over a fifth of homeowners agreeing to the prospect of installing solar panels, the nation can hope to increasingly reduce its carbon footprint and seek to invest in the welfare of our planet.   

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