Air Source Heat Pump & Solar PV – Wragby, Lincoln - Domestic

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About The Project

  • ASHP System Size: 6kW
  • ASHP Model: Panasonic WH-MDC06G3E5
  • Renewable Heat (kWhrs): 13609
  • Est. RHI Payment over 7 years: £6,400
  • PV System Size: 2 kW
  • PV Panel Model: Bisol Spectrum 250w Rustic Red
  • PV Inverter Model: SolaX X1-2.0-S-D
  • PV Annual Output (kWh/year): 1762
  • PV Annual CO2 Savings (kg/year): 850

Following the successful installation of a Panasonic Air Source Heat Pump to replace her current oil heating system, our client then wanted to proceed with Solar panels but really wasn’t prepared to have the standard looking blue or black panels you see on roofs across Lincolnshire. When we showed her the BISOL Spectrum range where the modules were designed with coloured cells, whereby you no longer have to compromise aesthetics for efficiency when harnessing the power of the sun, our clients first response was “How I wish I had a purple roof!”

These BISOL Spectrum modules came in 9 available colours with different shades of green and grey, a ‘charming’ purple to the chosen Rustic Red. This was the first system we had installed using a panel of a different colour and we are still to see anything like it in Lincolnshire.

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