Solar Power Grants, the comprehensive guide to incentives available for installing solar technology into your home, has launched a new website – www.solarpowergrants.co.uk – giving consumers up-to-date information on everything you need to know about financial grant support for solar PV and solar water heating installations.
The new website offers homeowners everything they need to know about the current incentives available, namely the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) for solar PV and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) for solar water heating.
Solar Power Grants is a free of charge information service for homeowners who are looking into investing in solar technology for their home. All the relevant details on both the recently launched Feed-in Tariff and the anticipated Renewable Heat Incentive, due to be introduced on April 1 2011, are available. This includes information on the financial benefits, eligibility, how the schemes work and the legislation behind them.
As well as straight-forward jargon-free information, there is also a dedicated section for the latest news updates with current and future solar power grants. This is a great way to stay on top of fast-paced solar industry, get updates on which incentives are due to be launched and discover any further developments with the market as a whole.
David Holmes, the founder of Solar Power Grants, said: “It’s clear that more and more people are considering making the switch to go greener and solar appears to be the technology that’s at the forefront of these people’s minds.
“With the recent introduction of the Feed-in Tariff and the Renewable Heat Incentive just around the corner, there is a lot of information for those new to solar to catch up on.
“These incentives are the biggest news the UK solar industry has ever had. They will encourage a new wave of customers to switch to solar technologies, but it is vital these people are given the relevant information about how the schemes operate before they further pursue the option of having solar PV or solar water heating installed in to their homes.
“The information at Solar Power Grants is aimed to be user-friendly, simple and straight-forward. This way consumers can make an educated decision about whether solar is right for them and their household.”
For more information, please visit www.solarpowergrants.co.uk.