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“With a life expectancy of over 40 years, the system will continue to produce electricity, save money and keep on reducing your carbon footprint, requiring no effort whatsoever on your part.”


can double up as an energy provider. Financially, the best returns for a domestic system are gained for a 3.8kw system, typically the size that would be installed on a 4 bedroom detached house, but the smallest system can be as low as 1.2 kw. A complete, fi tted 3.8kw system could cost around £14,000 and achieve a 12% return on a south-facing roof. Solar Resources provides a full


suitability survey and their quote includes everything, including scaffolding. It’s now possible to monitor your system from home on your computer and you can view how much money and carbon you are saving on your particular system. There is no bulky equipment attached to the system either, just a discreet inverter which converts DC voltage to 230v and an approved FIT meter which records all the electricity you generate.


The company has a dedicated, experienced team including a senior project manager with many years’ experience in the industry. Accredited installers guarantee that the project will be completed with dedication and fi rst-class workmanship. Solar Resources are a Division of The French Group which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.


If you have been considering how solar energy could benefi t you, Solar Resources have the advice and experience to allow the sun to bring power into your life. �


Solar Resources


16 High Street, Newick, East Sussex BN8 4LQ Telephone: 01444 800040 www.solarresources.co.uk


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