Tag - renewables

NEW 265W High-Efficiency Modules from Intenergy

Offer your customers a solar panel that has been specifically designed for the UK market. Our NEW Intenergy Classic series 265W proves BEST VALUE for all installations! Available soon, so contact the team today to get a quote and for more information on the 265W high efficient modules - T: 01293 843 400 | sales@solarvis.energy | www.solarvis.energy Module Efficiency 16.29% High performing Polycrystalline modules Low-iron tempered glass Salt mist corrosion tested High output & efficiency even under low light [...]

INE-255P-60 Silver Framed Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Module

Classic Series Silver Framed 255w Poly, available for next day delivery! Solarvis Energy, your leading supplier of domestic and commercial solar PV in the UK, brings you our BEST VALUE PV Module INE-255P-60 Silver Framed Polycrystalline Silicon Solar Module Manufactured by Perlight Classic Series Silver Framed 255w Poly   High output and efficiency even under low light conditions Constructed from quality raw materials and components (PID free) Low-Iron Tempered glass Stringent testing ensuring high performing modules are supplied Salt mist corrosion tested Module efficiency - 15.37% Cell Efficiency - 16.6 [...]

Offer your customers additional saving on their utility bills

Free hot water from the sun with the award winning SOLiC200 Make the most of unused power with the SOLiC 200 immersion heater, providing free hot water from solar panels. Offer your customers additional savings on their utility bills, by adding SOLiC 200 on to their PV install! The SOLiC 200 is self-contained, easy to install and saves hundreds of pounds over the course of a year. Complies with CE and British Standards Reduces your CO2 emissions Engineered to last 25 years and includes [...]

Feed-in Tariffs

What are Feed-In Tariffs? Feed-In Tariffs are payments to ordinary energy users for the renewable electricity they generate. By 2020 the government’s target is for 15% of total energy should be generated from renewables, by introducing the Feed-in Tariffs (also known as FIT’s) in April 2010 it was hoped that the level of renewable energy generated in the UK would increase. FITs are available to everyone and the tariffs are used to incentivise people to use solar power and encourage us to [...]