January 20, 2011
Leicester, United Kingdom (rushPRnews) 01/20/11 — An inspiration number of homeowners, small businesses and schools from across the UK have been making the headlines this year because of their efforts to embark on solar energy generation.
Solar Guide, the UK’s free online resource for homeowners and engineers regarding all solar-related issues, has reported on a number of these cases to show Britain how and why everyday individuals, entrepreneurs and communities are making the choice to go green.
The reports covered by our website www.solarguide.co.uk show that increasing numbers of people are taking advantage of the Government’s Feed-In Tariff (FIT), which allows anyone to receive payments for generating their own renewable electricity and lower their energy bills. There’s even the potential to receive extra cash by exporting any unused electricity to the power grid.
As well as keeping up to date with the latest solar-related stories from across the UK and internationally, Solar Guide also provides a vast array of information on solar technology, grants and manufacturers.
And, for those still looking for further reasons to invest in solar, then the Feed-In Tariff calculator could be of service.
Our calculator allows potential customers, wishing to install solar PV panels on their buildings, to calculate what size a solar panel system they need, how much it will cost and how much money they could be paid back from the Feed-In Tariff.
David Holmes, Founder of Solar Guide, said: “By visiting the Solar Guide website people will be able to see for themselves the lasting advantages of solar power.
“And for anyone seriously considering a solar installation, we can provide you with free quotes from trusted installers, both local and nationwide.”
For more information about the benefits of solar technology, the latest news and to try out our solar calculator, visit www.solarguide.co.uk
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