The FIT Scheme currently offers 21 pence for every unity (kWh) of electricity that your system produces.  These are payments made to you by your energy supplier.  Kingsley receives a cheque quarterly for the working model at their showroom.

Become Your Own Power Station
Once installed your system will start to produce electricity for you.  This will enable you to significantly reduce your energy bills by consuming what you generate.

Protect Yourself from Rising Energy Costs
As the cost of energy continues to rise many are looking at their energy bills in a different light.  Imagine a way to protect yourself from this, well with solar there is.  As energy prices rise, the more your solar system will save you.

Receive a Tax – free inflation linked income 
The Government’s Feed In Tariff scheme states homeowners who are part of the scheme will receive a tax free payment for every unit that their system generates over the next 20 years.

What does this mean in reality?

It means you can receive 7-10% Return On Investment  – A much better rate than you could currently receive in ISAs or in your bank account.

Example : (First Year Figures)
System size: 4kWp – 16 Panels
Cost: £7500 
Feed In Tariff and Energy Exported (20%): £580
Electricity Bill Savings (80% solar generated): £337
Annual Cost Saving: £917  (First Year)
Return On Investment: 12.2% 

Local Solar and Wood Burning Stove installers throughout Sussex:
Kingsley Eco Solutions are the number one installer for Solar Panels and Wood Burning Stoves throughout Sussex.  From our showroom, offices and warehouses in Ferring near to Worthing in West Sussex we have installed in the following areas: Ferring, Worthing, Littlehampton, Rustington, Arundel, Ford, Barnham, Selsey, Chichester, Yapton, Pagham, Bognor, Shoreham, Lancing, Pulborough, Ashington, Storrington, West Chiltington, Horsham, Haywards Heath, Lewes, Eastbourne, Midhurst, Crawley, Hove, Brighton, Newhaven, Peacehaven, Rottingdean, Lindfield, East Grinstead, Hassocks, Burgess Hill and Billingshurst.

 

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