Solar panel costs make them absolutely worth it in the UK. Did you know solar panels work better in cooler climates. When panels get to hot they loose efficiency so in the UK the best generation month tends to be May due to its long days but cooler weather.
Do solar panels actually work? Yes. They’ll cut your energy bills, shrink your carbon emissions, and reduce your reliance on the grid.
That’s because despite our often cloudy weather, solar panels in the UK still receive enough sunlight to cut your electricity bill by more than 50%, even in the northernmost areas of Scotland.
And if you sell your home before you’ve broken even, you’ll receive 1% to 3% more for your property than you would without solar panels, on average. These figures where produced before the energy crisis so expect them figures to change for the better. In Fact now has never been a better time to invest in solar energy. The Price of panels, inverters, batteries and mounting systems are at a all time low with energy prices still be high. We have seen some of our biggest energy uses have a return on investment within 3 years!
SEG tariff rates These vary widely between companies. A fixed tariff guarantees the same rates for the length of the deal, while variable tariffs change based on the price of electricity (for example, rates could be linked to wholesale costs).