To be able to tell you the installation cost would require us to complete a Free survey.
You can also get an online quote here.
However, below are examples of the cost and what return you could make.
A 4 kW solar system on a south facing bungalow roof, with a 30° pitch consisting of 16 all black 250 kW panels could provide you with an income from the Feed in Tariff of around £250 per year, as well as giving you savings on your electricity bills of approximately £200 each year. Over the 20 years Feed in Tariff period this could give you a profit of over £5000. The average cost of a system such as this is £5,000+VAT @ 5%, and could give you a payback time of 8-10 years.
On a 30°, south facing roof of a house with a 4.5 kW solar system consisting of 16 black 250 kW panels would cost in the region of £5,000+VAT @ 5%. The possible return on investment is 10-12%, with income and savings being seen from the first year that the system is installed. The savings predicted per year are around £300, whilst the Feed in Tariff could give you an income of £280 per year. Over the period of the 20 year Feed in Tariff, this equals a total profit of £6,500, and a payback time of 8-10 years.
If your roof does not provide sufficient space for a solar system, or if you would prefer to have your system on an outbuildings, then we can also cater to this for you. A 2.85 kW solar system consisting of 10 high spec 285 kW panels costs around £3,600+VAT @ 5% to install. If placed on a south facing roof with a pitch of 35° then your yearly income from the Feed in Tariffs would be approx £140, on top of your savings of around £160 (this is based on using half of the generated electricity). This would give you a payback of 11-12 years, and a total profit of £2,400 over the 20 year feed in tariff period.
Installing a 50 kW solar system on a commercial property has the potential to return £165,000 over the feed tariff period, if you use all the daytime electricity generated. The payback period on this system can be between 4.8 years and 7 years based on your usage. With a high return on investment of up to 17%, and significant yearly savings, this type of system can be well worth the investment for a business.
As part of a new solar installation in Whitchurch Shropshire, we are fitting a 4.4 kW system with extra energy capacity delivered through new 275 kW panels. With the roof being south facing and at a 30° pitch, this property is expected to save the customer over £500 a year and pay for itself in 8.5 years.
We at Grove School had been looking at ways of reducing our energy bills and upon speaking to Simon Lewis at Princes in Ellesmere, he suggested carrying out a Specialised lighting survey to reduce the overall wattage of our existing Lighting installation by installing a more efficient type of light fitting with a lower overall wattage.
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