Our 6.16kW solar PV array was tried and tested during the spring and summer. With autumn behind us, it’s time to see how well our array has done with shorter days and the sun lower in the sky. We hope you find our autumn solar PV array review interesting.Continue reading Autumn Solar PV Array Review
We had our first snow of the winter followed by a day of brilliant blue skies – both were icy cold. The juxtaposition of these days has, however, created a clear picture of the effectiveness of our air source heat pump central heating.Continue reading Snow, blue skies and our central heating
We hit a milestone on our solar PV system today by producing 5 MWh of electricity since March. This means we’ve saved pumping 1,275kg (almost 1.3 tonnes) of CO2 into the atmosphere.Continue reading 5 MWh milestone hit on our solar PV array
It’s been four months since our panels went up, and it’s a fitting time to review their performance and do a solar PV and inverter review of our system. We get technical and specific about the efficiency of our new solar panels.
Being in the UK, people are sometimes skeptical about the effectiveness and performance of solar energy, so we wanted to give an unbiased report, based on real life experiences, illustrating power output on overcast, rainy and sunny days.