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Solar Panels Prices Explains Feed-in Tariff to Homeowners

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PR Log - Feb 23, 2012 - (United Kingdom – 16th February 2012) With over ten years experience in the industry, the team at Solar Panels Prices are committed to providing customers with the most up-to-date and relevant information so they can make an informed decision on installation.  In recent months, there has been much debate over Feed-in Tariff, the cuts and what the tariff is so Solar Panels Prices is offering customers advice on what it is all about.

The amount of heat and electricity energy being used in the home can soon add up and equate to expensive bills.  With energy prices continue to rise, many homeowners are looking for alternatives to save money. The installation of solar panels in the home can not only help reduce carbon footprint but also energy bills and can even help homeowners earn extra money through the Feed-In Tariff.

The Feed-In Tariff is a solar panels grant which pays homeowners for any energy generated through their solar panels.  Since the tariff was introduced in April 2010, solar panels installations have been on the rise and as a result, the government is looking to cut the tariff in half in March of this year.

As it stands, any homeowners installing solar panels in their home will earn 43.3p per kilowatt of electricity generated through panels.  In March, however, the subsidy will be halved and homeowners can earn only 21p per kilowatt.

As a result of the recent news, many homeowners have applied for solar panels to be installed in the home in the hope that they will be installed before the deadline.  Any installed after will only be able to benefit from the lower tariff.

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