Friday, 23 March 2012

Solar King Reviews the Advantages of Disadvantages of Solar Panels

Solar PV (Photovoltaic) Advantages and Disadvantages

If you’re thinking about making the switch to solar panels then I’m sure you will want to know the pros and cons before making your investment. Our Solar King reviews page has allowed us to collate the feedback from our customers so we can outline to you what these are so you can have the full picture before purchasing.


The solar PV disadvantages outlined in our customer feedback on the Solar King UK reviews page paves the way for our business to develop. The initial purchase cost can be quite expensive however the government backed feed in tariff scheme is designed to help you make a return from your investment by enabling our customers to earn a tax free return for every unit of electricity generated. The solar PV panels work best when south facing yet this may not be possible at your home so we encompass this before installation and we will survey the area to find the space that will guarantee maximum efficiency for you plus with the ever-growing advancements in technology these will soon be removed as being a factor.
  • Solar panels are best when south facing
  • Solar panels reduce utility bills!”
  • initial outlay can be expensive
The solar PV advantages range from the good effects it has for the environment, the reduction in utility bill costs as well as the possibility of making a return from your investment. By using solar panels the reduction in carbon emissions and greenhouse gasses enables you to live using cleaner, green renewable energy and with fluctuating energy prices, solar power costs tend to remain consistent. There’s never been a better time to invest in solar energy so call Solar King today to answer all your questions and help you on the way to enjoying solar power for yourself.