People are increasingly installing PV panels on their roofs. This costs thousands of pounds, but if you have a south-facing roof(in the southhemisphere it should face north ) it can help with your electricity bills quite a bit, and the government pays you for any extra energy you produce and feed back into the National Grid (called the "feed-in tariff").
But what do solar panels cost?
How much might they generate for you?
What's the "payback time" until the money you've saved on bills is more than the cost of installation?
If you want to know ,please feel free to contact us.