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 Post subject: Re: Solar Panels
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BA, you know what they say about making assumptions :wink: We pay a straight 29p kw.


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Simon Site Manager wrote:
Was chatting to a chap today (who is supplying Princess Yachts), basically, they fit solar panels to your south facing roof, don't charge you for the installation or the cost of the panels and you get free electricity. He said you sign a 25 year contract enabling them to maintain the panels and they get the income from the extra electricity produced. Has anyone come across this scheme? The guys going to call me and as yet I don't know the name of the company.

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yes i have heard of this scheme, exactly as you described it, there is a company who do this, but i would be concerned as to the legitimacy of such a scheme. they get all the benefits bar some daytime electricity, but you pay nothing. it sounds too good to be true, which means it probably is. i liked the idea when i first read it.


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