There’s never been a better time to upgrade your home.
According to GOV.UK, implementing an energy conservation measure could increase the value of your home by 14% on average, and up to 38% in some areas of the country. For an average home in the country, improving its EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) from band G to E, or from band D to B could mean adding more than £16,000 to the sale of the property.
Don’t just take our word for it.
Here’s solar around the web.
Energy saving measures boost house prices
Making energy saving improvements to your property could increase its value by 14 per cent on average
GOV.UK – Link
Electric shock of Brexit could see UK energy costs rocket by half a billion pounds
Leaving the EU, and exiting the internal energy market, could cost consumers £500 million or more each year.
GOV.UK – Link
Farmers urged to jump on solar projects following comeback
Farmers and landowners are urged to secure rental agreements as large-scale solar power projects are set to make a comeback as costs decline.
FARMINGUK.COM – Link
Government proposes complete end to Feed-in Tariff scheme
The Feed-in Tariff (FiT) Scheme, an incentive scheme that has driven the growth of small and mid-sized renewable generation projects across the UK since 2011, is set to close next year under new plans…
BUSINESSGREEN.COM – Link