Thinking of Switching to Solar Energy?
The cost of going solar has dropped by 88% since 2010. Government grants have cut the cost of solar panels by thousands of euros, meaning your household will save 39.5% if you act now.
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Does Location Matter?
Solar panels are dependent on daylight, not hours of sunshine, so even in Ireland’s sometimes gloomy weather, savvy homeowners are able to make big savings. Photovoltaic solar panels still produce electricity when it’s cloudy, rainy, or even in light snowfall.
Solar energy is the cheapest energy source in the world and is a key tool in helping us reduce the effects of climate change. But people still have some questions and concerns and we’re here to help.
Solar: The Future Of Cheap Energy
According to studies in the UK, solar energy is set to become the 2nd cheapest form of energy within the next few years.3
This means that there’s never been a better time to jump on the bandwagon.
Most houses in Ireland are suitable for a 2 kiloWatt solar panel installation, which is enough to supply over a third of all your electricity needs.4
And remember, once you’ve paid for the installation, all of the electricity produced is completely free. This can reduce the cost of your electricity bill enormously.