Customers Take Advantage of Higher Feed In Tariffs with Solar Panels Prices

(United Kingdom - 25th January 2012) Solar panels and the Feed-In Tariff were in the news a lot in 2011 as the government looked to cut subsidies deemed too generous. Today came the news that cuts will not take place until 3 March and thus Solar Panels Prices expects to see a rush in sales as homeowners look to install their solar panels before the cut-off point.

Under the governments solar panel Feed-In Tariff, any household with solar panels fitted can earn money for the electricity generated from the sun. The original subsidy cut was expected to come in December but the Court of Appeal today heard that the unexpected announcement was illegal and as a result, the subsidy cut back will not come until 3rd March.

Solar Panels Prices expects to see a surge in sales as many homeowners look to have their solar panels installed before the new tariff comes into play. Any homeowner who has their panels fitted before March will benefit from the current 43.3p per kilowatt rate whilst those that install their solar panels after will earn just 2p per kilowatt.

Any homeowner looking to install solar panels in their home can find more information about installation and the advantages of having solar panels in the home. Those looking for competitive prices on their solar panels can fill in the free, no obligation form on the site, after which a member of the team at Solar Panels Prices will scour the customers local area for cheap prices on MCS registered suppliers.

For savings of up to 75% off initial installation, simply visit Solar Panels Prices by clicking here.

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