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Improve the value of your home

Improve the value
of your home

Research carried out by the Energy Savings Trust * shows that home buyers are willing to pay up to £15,000 more for an environmentally friendly home.

*Source: Energy Savings Trust Hidden Value Guide

Climate Change

Climate Change

The rate of warming is increasing. The 20th century's last two decades were the hottest in 400 years and possibly the warmest for several millennia, according to a number of climate studies.
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Free solar panels on your home?

Free solar panels
on your home?

Take advantage of the new Legislation, and you will have daily periods of FREE electricity all year round, with up to 17 hours each day in the summer. You will also be helping the planet.
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Solar Energy

Solar energy, despite all of the effort to increase its usage, still only accounts for less than one percent of the energy we consume. The amount of solar energy that reaches the Earth's surface every hour is greater than mankind's total demand for energy in a whole year. The total energy stored in the world's supply of fossil fuels is equal to just twenty days of solar energy. By any measure, the sun is a powerful and virtually limitless source of energy and it is imperative that we capitalize on this clean energy source by increasing our use of solar energy and reducing our reliance on fossil fuels.

Have a question?

If you want to find out more about the scheme, or have any questions to ask us, pleasedon't hesitate to contact us: question@rentmyroofspace.com

Information on our Solar Panels

In simple terms the energy from the sun is collected by the roof modules that then create a charge within the modules which travels through a circuit to the DC/AC inverter. The inverter turns the direct current [DC] into alternating current [AC] the same type of electricity that is provided to your property from the National Grid via your electricity supplier. The circuit continues through the generation meter before connecting into the existing mains electrical circuit. The PV generated electricity can now be used to power household appliances in your home or be diverted automatically back to the National Grid.