Have you ever thought about getting solar panels for your roof but not known where to go or who to trust?
Solar Streets is a community and Bruton and Castle Cary Town Council partnership with IDDEA and the Green Group to bring discounted solar PV to Bruton, Castle Cary and the surrounding area (within 5 miles of the centre of Bruton or Castle Cary).
For more information see: https://solarstreets.co.uk/brutoncaryplus
IDDEA's offer is a 12 panel 4kWp system from £4,000. Smaller and larger systems are available with add-ons such as batteries for storage of electricity and iBoost to heat water. The standard offering features black 340Wp panels.
IDDEA has already completed around 70 installations in partnership with Frome Town Council up the road in Frome and are running a similar scheme in St Albans and district. They are MCS-certified with the Microgeneration Certification Scheme.
Benefits to the environment: Installing solar PV reduces CO2 emissions and increases the amount of renewable energy installed in our area, helping Bruton get closer to a target of being Zero Carbon by 2030. According to the Energy Saving Trust a standard 4kWp, 12 panel system saves 1.5 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.
Benefits to our community: £50 will be given to a community fund for every domestic solar installation and a minimum of £100 for a commercial installation to be used towards green projects in our community.
To find out more information about the Solar Streets scheme take a look at these videos:
- Why Solar Panels and How Does it All Work? (18:39)
- Payback times and break-even points – the Economics of Solar Panels (18:18)
- The UK Energy Industry & Renewable Technology and an Energy Deal (16:50)
We will be organising Zoom Q&A sessions with IDDEA and The Green Group so you can get your questions answered.
If possible, please take a look at the information above and watch the videos before attending a Q&A session.
See Events for upcoming sessions.
To get the offer
If you want Solar Panels installed, simply contact IDDEA directly by emailing Info@IDDEA.co.uk.
They will first conduct a desktop survey of your property making sure it is suitable for solar panels and they will then arrange a free, no obligation physical survey on your property (all social distancing guidelines will be followed). If you want any added extras they will explain them all to you clearly and with transparant prices.
If you have any more questions, email Info@SolarStreets.co.uk.
Image credit: IDDEA