#1 Jan. 26, 2014 14:38:00

rogerhoward
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Selling-up: the Solar PV 'price premium'


In answer to previous posts on the subject, there must indeed be a ‘market price premium’ for homes with Solar PV.


London-based Opus Solar are selling to potential investors some of their rent-a-roof domestic installations (for a guide on what that ‘price premium’ might be).







Economy 10 tariff provides 6.9p/kWh off-peak import between 12am-5am, 1pm-4pm and 8pm-10pm; http://www.pvoutput.org/aggregate.jsp?id=21047&sid=18934&v=2&t=m on approx. 63% off-peak usage, 22% solar usage, and 15% peak-rate usage.
1,900kWh annually is exported, mostly in summer, on approx. 3,200kWh generation. Approx. 4,500kWh/year is imported, mostly for (a) winter and springtime off-peak Storage Heaters, and (b) off-peak hot water Immersion heating (which is “dumb”, i.e. not linked to the solar PV).
PV array is split East-West. Income is from Phase II 21p/kWh Feed-in-Tariff plus smart metered 3.2p/kWh Export Tariff.

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#2 Jan. 31, 2016 17:29:12

Hampshirelad
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Selling-up: the Solar PV 'price premium'

Sorry could not follow that. can you spell it out a bit

What are they valuing a 4 kw installation at please

Many thanks

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