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How to get your ideal solar PV system

Posted by Gabriel Wondrausch on 21 March 2014 at 10:50 am

How to get your ideal solar PV system

The decision to install solar PV panels can be motivated by a number of factors. Whether you’ve had enough of the Big Six et al constantly upping their prices and want a bit of stability or decided that the interest rates on offer from your banks aren't as good as those from solar, ever…

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5 top tips for choosing a biomass boiler for your home

Posted by Gabriel Wondrausch on 12 August 2013 at 9:23 am

5 top tips for choosing a biomass boiler for your home

Q: I am going nuts about installing a modern biomass boiler. We are committed to renewables for our stable conversion and have planning permission for a boiler house especially built for a biomass pellet boiler. However, I am struggling to find quotes and advice (eg. how the pellets will be deliv…

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Don't limit your solar PV system to 4kWp

Posted by Gabriel Wondrausch on 27 February 2013 at 9:37 am

Don't limit your solar PV system to 4kWp

During a typical week at SunGift Solar I can visit a huge range of people. From young professional couples eager to gain an additional income from the feed-in-tariff, through middle aged families looking for security against increasing electricity costs, to Eco-warrior pensioners who want to save…

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The five most common solar misconceptions I experience as a solar surveyor

Posted by Gabriel Wondrausch on 17 August 2012 at 10:01 am

The five most common solar misconceptions I experience as a solar surveyor

Working in the renewable industry can be a challenging experience, particularly over the past six months or so with the confusion surrounding the feed-in tariff. Now the uncertainty has been resolved, it appears the industry is on the up. However, there are a number of misconceptions abou…

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Sizing a heat pump correctly is vital for good performance

Posted by Gabriel Wondrausch on 9 July 2012 at 9:17 am

Sizing a heat pump correctly is vital for good performance

Unlike a conventional fossil fuel boiler it is essential that a heat pump is sized accurately to meet the heat demand of the property. The reason for this is because over-sizing will significantly increase the capital cost for little operational savings. It will also mean that the heat pump oper…

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