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How do solar powered homes fight climate change?

Most electricity consumed by homes comes from burning oil, coal and gas. However, burning these fuels to generate electricity releases carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere, which is linked to climate change. As you are no doubt aware, climate change is already having a disastrous effect on parts of our planet. 

Renewable energy

Solar powered homes draw less electricity from the national grid, which helps to reduce the amount of oil, coal and gas that we need to burn.

Furthermore, the planet’s reserves of oil, coal and gas are gradually being depleted. In contrast, solar power is a ‘renewable’ energy source, Using it now doesn’t compromise the ability of future generations to meet their own energy needs.

I don’t think people need to think about getting solar panels. Its a win win—you get the energy, the company maintains it, you’ve got no responsibility in that regard you just use the free energy. It seemed too good to be true but I’d now recommend it to anybody.

Government supported

Because nearly 50% of the UK’s carbon dioxide is generated from buildings, the Government launched the Feed In Tariff scheme that allows Ecovision to offer you the benefit of free solar panels. In fact, the UK is committed to increasing the use of renewable energy from 4.5% to 15% by 2020. Solar powered homes are a key part of this commitment.

Join the fight against climate change

To join the climate change fight and to save up to 50% on your annual electricity bill by having a free solar panel system installed at your house, simply enter your postcode in the box provided. Place the pin on the map to identify your home and we will respond with an initial assessment. Alternatively, you can call Ecovision now on 0845 003 8001.

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