Solar PV

Solar PV for new builds

Looking to add Solar PV panels to your new home?

It’s cheaper than you think to generate your own FREE electricity!

Many self builders want to future-proof their home build projects, so it’s no surprise that solar photovoltaic (PV) panels are a popular choice.

The benefits of this technology are well-established: you’ll enjoy reduced energy costs; a 20-year tax-free income from the government via the Feed-In-Tariff; and a low carbon footprint.

Send us your plans for a FREE no obligation quotation. A professional, local service based in Lincoln as well as Lincolnshire’s longest serving accredited Solar PV company.

Enjoy The Benefits

  • Save up to 50% on your electricity bills
  • Government backed risk-free investment
  • Guaranteed quarterly payments for 20 years tax-free
  • Professional, local service based in Lincoln
  • Lincolnshire’s longest serving accredited Solar PV company
  • GOT SOLAR? Then add battery storage for self-consumption

FEED-IN TARIFF

The Feed-In Tariff scheme was launched in Great Britain on 1st April 2010. Under this scheme energy suppliers have to make regular payments to householders and communities who generate their own electricity from solar electricity panels (PV).  

Updated Tariff from 1st October 2018

If you are eligible to receive the Feed-In Tariff then you will benefit in 3 ways:
  • Generation Tariff – the Solar PV installations provides a set rate paid by the energy supplier for each kWh of electricity you generate for 20 years.
  • Export Tariff – you will earn a further 5.24p for each kWh exported back to the National Grid.
  • Energy bill savings – you don’t have to buy in as much electricity from your supplier due to your own generation.
  • MCS Approved Installer - ELC54089 To qualify for the Feed-In Tariff scheme you need to use an MCS Accredited installer, such as UK Alternative Energy. We understand the benefits of the system, and how it can work best for you.
     
    Energy Source Scale Generation Tariff (p/kWh)[A] Duration (years)
    Solar PV
    <10kW
    3.86
    20
    Solar PV
    >10 - 50kW
    4.11
    20
    Solar PV
    >50 - 250kW
    1.75
    20
    Solar PV
    >250kW - 1MW
    1.38
    20
    Solar PV
    >1 - 5MW
    0.20
    20
    Solar PV
    Standalone[C]
    0.08
    20
        These tariffs are based on the Higher Rates - Higher tariff rate will be applied if an EPC of level D or above is achieved before commissioning.   For more information about FIT visit Energy Saving Trust's website

    Solar PV calculator provided courtesy of Solar Guide.

    Optional Extras

    Eddi (Hot Water Controller) uses surplus electricity generated by your Solar PV panels to heat your hot water rather than exporting it to the grid. This fantastic product is not only a British product, it's a Lincolnshire product!

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