What funding is currently available?
Update: Tuesday, the 27th of June 2023
Starting from Tuesday, the 27th of June 2023, a significant alteration will be implemented regarding the funding options for solar photovoltaic (PV) and energy storage systems. Henceforth, in order to qualify for funding, these systems must be acquired as part of a comprehensive package that also includes a heat pump or high heat retention storage heaters. Consequently, applications solely for solar PV and/or energy storage systems will no longer meet the eligibility criteria for funding.
This substantial change has been deemed necessary to uphold the scheme’s financial parameters, ensuring that it remains within its allocated budget. Moreover, the aim is to direct the available funding towards installations that hold the potential to maximize the decarbonization of heat or effectively reduce heat demand. By requiring the inclusion of heat pumps or high heat retention storage heaters, the revised funding policy aims to encourage holistic approaches to energy usage that address both the generation and efficient utilization of heat.
Can't access funding? Finance may be an option.
If funding isn't available for you, affordable finance might be.
We’re one of the only companies that can offer extended periods on solar panel installations. Combine this with how much can be saved on your energy bills and your monthly payments can be fairly affordable.
How does it work?
*£65 per month based on typical house UK house using 3500kwph of electric per year and roughly pays 32p equates to £1120 on their annual bill. Average savings with solar and batteries is roughly 70% or in monetary value £784 per annum, break that down to monthly savings equates to £65 per month. Our £94.00 per month figure is based on a finance package at £10.9 APR and a total value of £7000.