The sun returns and brings a boost to your solar earnings
Following the seemingly non-stop showers of April , the sun is once more
shining and weather experts predict it to continue through June, serving as a good reminder of how beneficial
harnessing the sun's rays can be.
For those who have looked into having solar panels installed, or most of the public that have
heard about them being such a profitable investment, then now is the time to act before the payments of the
Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) are reduced.
You'll have heard systems described as a 3kW system' or a '4kW system', but what does this mean
and how does the glorious weather we've enjoyed impact your earnings and savings?
Well a 3kW system (often you'll see it written 3kWp - peak kilowatts), rather unsurprisingly,
means that the system will generate a maximum of 3 kilowatts of solar power in direct sunlight. So over a day with
an average of 6 hours of direct sunlight the system can maximally produce 18kWh of power each day.