After providing a variety of initial proposals for a customer situated near Penryn, GreenGenUK were selected to install a 29.815kW and 3.63kW solar PV system.
In this instance, and in a mark of GreenGenUK’s expertise in working with a variety of different technologies, the customer provided the solar panels; a total of 100 SunEdison F-series panels.
In accordance with MCS code, solar PV systems must be installed by registered members of the MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) in order to receive Feed-in Tariff payments. The Feed-in Tariff is a government-led scheme initiated to incentivise the uptake of solar energy technology by paying customers for the solar energy they produce and any excess energy they import back to the grid.
The 29.815kW solar PV system installed consisted of:
System 1 is projected to provide 27899.38kWh of energy per annum. At the current Feed-in Tariff rate, the system in anticipated to provide annual benefit of:
– Feed-in Tariff generation of £3267 each year
– Export Tariff payments of £676 each year
– Electricity savings of £1952 each years
– Co2 reduction of 15.85 tonnes each year
The 3.63kW solar PV system installed consisted of:
– 11 x SunEdison F-Series solar panels
– 1 x Solis 3.6 Dual Tracker inverter
– Renusol Metasol mounting system
– Elster generation metre
System 2 is projected to provide 3,396.77 kWh of energy per annum. At the current Feed-in Tariff rate, the system is anticipated to provide annual benefit of:
– Feed-in Tariff generation of £454 each year
– Export tariff payments of £82 each year
– Electricity savings of £237 each year
– Co2 reduction of 1993 tonnes each year
<strong>The total combined, annual benefit to the customer of the two systems is £6668.</strong>
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