How does Solar PV work?
Solar PV is a system which coverts sunlight into electricity when light shines on the photovoltaic panels
Cheaper electricity bills - Depending on the kw of the Solar PV installation it can save between €200-€300 per year on your electricity bill.
Improve BER rating - Solar PV is an innovative way of improving the BER rating on your home and within the last five years it has become a popular energy saving measure due to the rise in cost of electricity.
Reduce carbon emissions - Solar energy decreases greenhouse gas emissions by generating electricity with solar power instead of fossil fuels can dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions, particularly carbon dioxide (CO2).
By going solar, you can reduce demand for fossil fuels, limit greenhouse gas emissions, and shrink your carbon footprint. The Irish government has set a target for renewables to generate 55% of the country's electricity supply by 2030. Solar PV can be one of the contributions to help achieve this target.
Generate energy silently - Solar energy has no moving parts so there is no noise associated. In comparison to wind turbines which produce significantly more noise
By applying for a Seai grant you can avail of €900 per kWp. So for example if you install a 2kwp system you will receive a grant for €1800. For more information on the grant values please click on the link below.
Support is available to all homeowners of dwellings built and occupied before 1 January 2011. Homes built from 1 January 2011 onwards are required to have been constructed to the 2008 Building Regulations.
Every project differs, depending on the size of the home, our experience team can provide a quote whether it is through the BEH Scheme or privately. For more information, contact us on 048 6638 6210.
Available to any homeowner providing their house has been constructed any time before 2006.
Measures are carried out at no cost to the homeowner.
To qualify you must:
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