South West England

Near the coast receives well over the UK's average of 4 hours of sunshine per day. Both PV cells and Solar Thermal solutions will work well in most locations in the region.

Wind speeds are high - particularly in exposed areas - which makes the region suitable for wind power solutions.

With average air temperatures well over 10 °C, heat humps will typically be effective in this region if you home has enough space to install one.

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Find an installer in the South West England

Make sure that you appoint an MCS accredited installer fit the system so that you qualify for the relevant government grant or subsidy, be it the Feed-In Tariff or the Renewable Heat Incentive and RHPP.

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Grant and subsidies in the South West England

Grants and subsidies are available to anyone that is trying to reduce the amount of carbon they create in their home. Some are available to everyone at a published rate, such are the Feed-In Tariff or the Renewable Heat Incentive and RHPP, and others are grants that vary according to your circumstances or where you live, such as the ECO (Energy Company Obligation).