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Feed-In Tariffs (FiTs) are government payments to energy users for the renewable electricity they generate.
Convert daylight into electricity with award-winning Blazes solar PV panels.
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) panels generate electricity that save you money on your bills and generate quarterly payback through a government initiative – the Feed-in Tariff.
Solar PV cells convert natural daylight into electricity. They don't need direct sunlight to work and are still able to generate electricity every day.
The cells convert the daylight into electricity, which can be used to run household appliances and lighting.
The electricity generated is used in your home and any surplus is sold to the National Grid earning you additional income.
Nugent Care based in Liverpool chose Blazes Renewables to design, supply and install a total of 7 Solar PV systems on 7 different buildings from their property portfolio.
If your property has adequate roof space, it is likely to be suitable for a Blazes Solar PV Panel System.
Experienced surveyors will carry out a site inspection to determine the orientation of your building to provide you with an accurate expectation of returns on your investment.
Solar PV systems convert daylight into electricity using Photovoltaic (PV) cells, usually fitted on a south facing roof although they can also be self standing.
Made from materials called semiconductors, when sunlight hits the cell a part of it is absorbed and the energy knocks electrons loose, allowing them to flow freely.
"It is now just over a month since you installed our Solar PV system.
In its first month of operation we have generated 368 units of electricity, far more than you predicted.
I want to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for a thoroughly professional job. I have been impressed with Blazes from the moment I first met you, and will definitely be recommending you to my friends."
"The Solar PV system was commissioned on 7th September 2011. You provided an estimate that the annual generation in the first year would be 1,972 kw/h.
I can advise that as at today 4th September with 2 days to go the actual meter reading is 1,972 kw/h.
Given the poor weather we have experienced throughout this year I think it is clear evidence as to how conservative your estimates were and we still achieved target with 2 days to spare."