Selling or buying a property with solar? Contact Solar Days!
Over the past few months, Solar Days has been contacted by several people who are selling or buying a property which has solar panels installed. Sellers are trying to answer questions from potential buyers. Buyers want to be confident and well informed about the solar array they are potentially purchasing. Solicitors for both buyers and sellers want to ensure that any legal aspects, benefits and potential liabilities are thoroughly understood. It is a potential minefield of uncertainty with knowledgeable assistance sometimes hard to find! Solar Days are here to help!
As part of our service, Solar Days is able to assist with the following services:
- Review of all installed solar photovoltaic (PV) equipment including instructions and paperwork.
- Maintenance checks on safety and performance of solar panels
- Discussions with Solicitors and Conveyancers to ensure that benefits and potential liabilities are clear.
- Helping with transfer and management of Feed in Tariff contracts
- Explaining the solar equipment and the Feed in Tariff scheme in straight-forward language!
- We are happy to help all solar owners and prospective owners, not just our past customers.
Contact Solar Days on 01743 366555 or on email@example.com and let us help you.
Solar Days – here to help you
There has been a lot of adverse publicity recently following the substantial cuts to the Feed in Tariff (FIT) in mid-January 2016. As a result, many solar installers have left the industry. Those that have kept going have often lost key staff and expertise in this rapidly-developing technology.
The important news is that solar power has not gone away! We at Solar Days are here with all the skills, staff and experience required to provide you with new solar arrays or upgrades and repairs to existing systems. Newly installed arrays are still giving a payback period (return on investment of 6 – 8%; which was the governments original intention all along!
The key message for those with a solar array is that the best-value installations are those where as much of the power generated is used on-site rather then being exported to the Grid. A popular upgrade is to fit a diverter module which heats water when surplus power is available. Batteries are also gradually becoming better and cheaper; an option which may suit your needs.
Contact us to find out how we can help.
Feed in Tariff announcement 17th December 2015
The Department of the Environment and Climate Change (DECC) has announced its decision today over the future of the Feed in Tariff (FIT) scheme which provides incentive for installation of solar panels. This will substantially reduce the tariff from mid-January 2016.
FIT rates are to be as follows for domestic (up to 10kW) systems:
16th January – 31st March 2016: 4.39p/kWh for 0 – 10kW
1st April – 30th June 2016: 4.32p/kWh for 0 – 10kW
Don’t forget, we are also here to maintain, repair and upgrade existing solar arrays.