Will FiT cuts affect solar market? We ask the experts.
Author: Lima Curtis
Published: Friday, 02 November 2012
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Name: Darren Wick
Job Title? Director
Company Name: Clean Sun
Company Overview: A British supplier and distributor of solar energy and energy efficient products.
Why should you buy solar PV? Because there is still a good return-on- investment, despite the predictions.
Do you think the decrease in feed in tariff will affect the market? I think it will affect people’s purchases.
What is your top green tip? Get the most out of your solar panels by installing LED lights they can reduce your by up to 90 per cen. They are £19 but they last up to 15 years.
Name: Richard Cromarty
Job Title? Regional Sales Manager
Company Name: Dynamic Solar Limited
Company Overview: One of the country’s leading wholesalers of solar PV.
Why should you buy solar PV? It is a sound investment and environmentally friendly and it means you avoid paying ever-rising energy bills.
Do you think the decrease in feed in tariff will affect the market? I don’t think the decrease will affect the it. The commercial market will still stay the same.
What is your top green tip? Buy solar panels and make sure you turn appliances and plugs you aren't using off.
Name: Mark Lowen
Job Title? Managing Director
Company Name: EcoFit Technology Limited
Company Overview: Wind and solar technology provider.
Why should you buy solar PV? The
Do you think the decrease in feed in tariff will affect the market? It is already a stagnant market, the domestic market has slowed down significantly, the commercial market is still moving. Obviously we would want the feed-in-tariff to increase.
What is your top green tip? Don’t get hung up on one technology. Take different quotes and look at different options before deciding what is best for you.