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PV Panel Backsheets: Design and Performance

If you’ve looked into solar PV, you’ve probably heard words like “all-black”, “bifacial”, or “all glass”. These terms refer to what’s on the back of your PV panel. Backsheets matter because they affect the appearance and performance of your PV system. Read on to learn about the four types of solar panel backsheets. White EVA …

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Commercial Solar Power Purchase Agreements

The Problem Solar PV can be a lucrative investment for commercial electricity users. Many businesses have the perfect combination of high electricity use and lots of roof space. Economies of scale also help with the cost-effectiveness of large commercial systems. Put together, these factors can translate into a very high rate of return from commercial …

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Planning Permission for Solar Panels in Ireland

Planning Permission In Ireland, you generally need planning permission to build or to modify a house. You can get planning permission for this kind of work by applying to your local council. But do you need planning permission for solar panels in Ireland? 12 Square Metre Solar Panel Planning Permission Exemption There’s a planning permission …

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Solar PV Vs Solar Thermal: Which is Better?

The basic difference between solar PV (photovoltaic) and solar thermal is that PV produces electricity while thermal produces hot water. But which is the better option for Irish households? Potential Savings are Higher With Solar PV Forgetting to turn off the immersion is the nightmare of every Irish householder. And it’s true that it takes …

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Selling Surplus Solar Electricity to the Grid in Ireland

Payments for surplus solar electricity in Ireland start from June 2022. And already, one supplier is offering to pay homeowners €0.135 per unit exported. So read on to learn all about solar export payments in Ireland. A little background to solar export payments Solar panels can provide most of the electricity for a typical home. …

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Installers generally don't offer quotes for timeframes longer than 6 months. So here are guide prices (before grants):

  • 2kW (S): ~€5,500
  • 4kW (M) + myEddi: ~€8,500
  • 6kW (L) + battery: ~€12,500