How Green is Your Footprint?If you want to improve your carbon footprint, reduce your negative impact on the environment, and reduce your reliance on fossil based fuels to power your home, then you should consider installing a renewable energy system that is truly eco-friendly - Solar PV Panels.
The type of Solar PV Panels installed by Welsh Plumbing are 100% self-powered, which means that they use the electricity they actually create to power the system. They do not require to use electricity from the national grid to operate which will mean that your power bills will be less so the system will save you money.
But the savings don't stop there. By producing and consuming your own electricity from a renewable energy source like solar panels, this will further reduce your need to use power provided by your electricity supplier, which will help to reduce your electricity bills even more!
SOLAR ENERGY IS GREEN ENERGYThe energy generated by the sun is almost infinite in supply and is available around the world, making it probably the greenest renewable energy source available.
Not only can it be used to generate electricity on earth, it even powers satellites out in space, ensuring that our communications and TV channels work efficiently and effectively.
The photovoltaic modules (PV) built into a Solar Panel capture the solar energy and generates direct current (DC) electricity. This is then converted into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is the type of electricity we need to power electrical appliances in homes, offices and industry.
Solar Panels in South WalesWelsh Plumbing will be pleased to explain all aspects of the installation to you and provide you with a competitive quotation. To find out how you can help the environment and reduce your carbon footprint, please contact Welsh Plumbing by...
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RHI SCHEMETo encourage consumers to invest in and start using more eco-frienly, renewable energy sources, the UK government has introduced the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI).
Registered participants in the scheme get paid a tariff for every 1kWh of energy they produce using an approved renewable energy installation. Approved Solar Panels which have been installed after 15 July 2009 may qualify for the payments. Terms and conditions apply. Click here for more information.