The biggest reason most people get solar panels is to save money on their electricity costs. In addition, however, there are some good incentives and grants available to help with the costs of installing solar and we will cover them here. Solar Panel Incentives The main incentives available in the UK to help with
We install a lot of solar and home battery systems and many customers ask us to install an electric vehicle (EV) charge point at the same time. It's a natural fit, of course, as it's well known that many people will install solar then later buy an EV. The opposite is also true, with
We install quite a lot of myEnergi's Zappi electric vehicle charge points as they are well suited to charging an EV from solar panels, potentially for free. The myenergi combo - Zappi, Hub and App (Image: myenergi.com) We are registered with myenergi as an authorised installer, and with the government OZEV Electric
Solar panels and electric vehicles go together (ironically!) like a horse and carriage. Lots of people who get solar panels installed then go on to buy an electric vehicle (EV) and similarly it is well known that about a third of EV owners have solar on their homes. Of course they go together well
We visited a working prototype Zappi charger on Orkney and Robert was so impressed that MyEnergi kindly agreed to fit one in his garage which also allowed the company to test and adjust it to function with the Tesla Powerwall.
We are big fans of energy storage and are continuing with our plans to offer solar and battery storage products to our electric car customers. Yesterday we attended the Solar & Storage Live event at the NEC in Birmingham and had discussions with a number of suppliers.