Find out more about the savings available from Solar
When considering installing a solar panel system, it’s important to accurately project the potential savings it will generate.
To do this, we only follow the guidelines set out by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).
Arrange a quote with us
We will come over and measure a host of things, we try to avoid pricing without all the information.
At no point will you be asked for a sale here, we don’t agree with that practice.
We will go back to the office with all the data, calculate what we need and put the rest into our system.
We create a detailed picture of: performance, repay rate, lifetime savings and cost.
Finally we will arrange another visit so we can help you “decipher all the jargon”.
We know some of the graphs and data isn’t so easy to understand, so we walk you through it.
Return on your Solar Investment
View a modelled scenario showing the pay off timeframe for installing solar in your home.
Repay rate 7 years 3 months
* Based on actual 30-panel installed solar system with 2x batteries
How much can I save?
We can provide you with detailed information on your estimated yearly savings, how quickly the system will pay itself off and also how much money it will save you after it has paid itself off (i.e. your profit on the system).
An average lifetime profit projection is between £20,000-£30,000 after it has repaid itself (on a £10,000 system).
Our largest residential system to date had a projected total savings of £78,000 after it has repaid itself (on an £18,000 system).
Generally the higher the spend, the larger the return but there is a point where we reach diminishing returns (savings don’t scale vs system cost).
We can analyse this and work out the sweet spot.
Calculating return on investment
Other ways to save with solar
That’s right, more savings. There are other systems we can implement to utilise the sun’s free electricity.
Systems such as electric vehicle charging (EV) or water heating can be great ways to boost savings and this is just a start…
The MCS provides a framework for assessing the performance of systems. It is a requirement that projections are provided.
We following MCS guidelines to ensure that projections are as accurate as possible, giving homeowners a realistic expectation of the savings they can expect to make from a solar installation.
Our calculations are verified as part of our yearly MCS assessments to ensure they are within their guidelines.