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Want ‘clean’ energy and lower bills?

Want ‘clean’ energy and lower bills?

September 17, 2019

Solar panels can help you do just that. Not only can you save money on your bills from the electricity you generate but you can power your own home with clean energy and contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions.

Ealing Council is working in partnership with the Mayor of London on Solar Together – which is a group-buying scheme that brings together residents and councils to get high quality solar panels at a competitive price.

The average cost of a solar PV installation has decreased significantly over the past decade. To drive this cost down even further and make solar energy more accessible, the Solar Together scheme provides impartial information and a personal recommendation to make sure residents get a package that is best suited to them.

To drive this cost down even further and make solar energy more accessible, the Solar Together scheme provides impartial information and a personal recommendation to make sure residents get a package that is best suited to them.

How does it work?

Register your interest for free and without obligation to receive a personalised offer. If you should then choose to accept your offer, the solar panels will be installed by March 2020.

Key dates

Registration: residents can register online by 21 October 2019 at www.solartogether.co.uk/ealing/register

Auction: pre-vetted suppliers submit their bids on 22 October to offer their best deal to residents.

Personalised offer: From 11 November you will be contacted with a personal recommendation, based on the specification of your roof. The quote will include complete package, costs, savings and specifications of the solar panel installation. This information is for you to consider.

You decide: You will have until 10 December to decide whether to accept the offer.

Installation: If you accept the offer, the winning Solar Together supplier will contact you to survey your roof and set an installation date. All installations are planned to be completed by the end of March 2020.

Register and find out more about the scheme at www.solartogether.co.uk, call 0800 060 8598 or email london@solartogether.co.uk