SOLAR PANELS FOR FREE
Yes, that’s right! You can have solar panels installed on the roof of your home for free.
Where is the catch?
There is no catch – if you are not in a position to invest in your own solar panels, it does not mean you are unable to benefit from this new moving saving trend. Using our offer, you can save money on daytime electricity by receiving it for free.
As electricity prices rise every year, your savings will continue to grow…
We have a limited number of Free Solar PV Systems available, fitted to your home at no cost to you, and you receive the benefit of free electricity.
* Free daylight electricity for 25 years
* Safeguard against rising electricity costs
* Reduce your carbon footprint by up to 2 tonnes per year
Simply register your interest below and one of our Solar specialists will contact you.
DO YOU QUALIFY FOR FREE SOLAR PANELS?
Obviously the companies, who invest into your free solar panels, will look for the most productive roofs first. At the moment they are not restricted in their choice as they have about 22m households in the UK to choose from.
For a start you should be a homeowner. You should have a near south-facing roof of 20 to 30 square metres of space i.e. no Dorma or Velex windows. Your roof should also be free of any shading and under 40o decline.
The closer you are to the South coast the more attractive your location is to investors although we will consider any part of the country.
If you live in a listed building then it is most unlikely you can get permission for solar panels to be installed on your roof.
If you live in a conservation area then you will need to apply for planning permission (or the installer will apply on your behalf). This may be problematic but will be considered.
IF YOU ARE NOT ENTIRELY SURE WHETHER YOUR PROPERTY QUALIFIES FOR FREE SOLAR PANELS, SIMPLY SUBMIT YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL CHECK EVERYTHING FOR YOU.
Free solar panels offer is a part of a forthcoming Government campaign called Green Deal. To find out more what is Green Deal about please cllick here.