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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulus View Post
    And I've just had to pay my little grannies electric bill for her because she can't afford to have even just the lights. She wonders why electricity is so expensive these days.

    Because of that I might have to cancel my holiday...
    sorry about that. good job for winter fuel allowance
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRKYMARK View Post
    flights only Kirstie, got enough mates around the world to find free digs
    £200 each will get you to Gozo!
    If you have to think about it for more than thirty seconds, you probably shouldn't get in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirstie View Post
    £200 each will get you to Gozo!
    got no digs there (yet )
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRKYMARK View Post
    got no digs there (yet )
    Stay in a hotel, you tight bugger! Plenty of nice apartments too, at Xlendi
    If you have to think about it for more than thirty seconds, you probably shouldn't get in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirstie View Post
    Stay in a hotel, you tight bugger! Plenty of nice apartments too, at Xlendi
    what and deny someone the pleasure of looking after me?? who is being tight now???
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRKYMARK View Post
    what and deny someone the pleasure of looking after me?? who is being tight now???
    If you have to think about it for more than thirty seconds, you probably shouldn't get in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRKYMARK View Post
    just put my meter reading in for my quarterly FIT, a cheque will be winging my way for £940 !! thats a holiday i reckon!
    So you will get roughly £3,760 a year out of this? How much power are you generating to get that? Set up since the big drop in FIT?

    Think I might need to put the solar panels before the conservatory in the list of important stuff to do on the house...

    Digs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    So you will get roughly £3,760 a year out of this? How much power are you generating to get that? Set up since the big drop in FIT?

    Think I might need to put the solar panels before the conservatory in the list of important stuff to do on the house...

    Digs.
    should be more than that. (hopefully) i installed mine myself. and for the maximum tariff you need less than 4kw per meter, but you can get around this if you have more than one meter.
    i have 12kw of installed panels, spread over three buildings. best investement you can make, tax free too!
    the rates have dropped major now, but still worth it, especially if you have an industrial building, and can install a good size array yourself. i put an 8kw system in in two days, from a standing start with no previous
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    how many can you get on the camper van Digs?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRKYMARK View Post
    should be more than that. (hopefully) i installed mine myself. and for the maximum tariff you need less than 4kw per meter, but you can get around this if you have more than one meter.
    i have 12kw of installed panels, spread over three buildings. best investement you can make, tax free too!
    the rates have dropped major now, but still worth it, especially if you have an industrial building, and can install a good size array yourself. i put an 8kw system in in two days, from a standing start with no previous
    Serious question- what % are you saving for replacement? I have a few friends/colleagues how have these, some for a long time now. 2 of them have had to change out the whole set due to degradation (got 7 and 9yrs from a set respectively) replacement cost many times more than the projected savings for the reccomeneded by back period of 25yrs.

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