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Discuss do you have pv on your own home if you are instaling them or not in the Solar PV Forum area at ElectrciansForums.co.uk.

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  1. davetherave1979
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    Hy guys do you have pv on your own home if you are instaling them or not just wondered if you do.
     
  2. Noshocks
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    Yes, 8 x 235w with aurora 2000 inverter
     
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  3. SRE
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    North West
    Yes and many of our customers pop round for a look and a coffee :)
     
  4. infinity
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    infinity Electrician's Arms

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    fareham
    YES 14x ET solar 250W with eversolar TL4000, obviously gave myself a little discount ;)
     
  5. davetherave1979
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    was just wondaring was thinking about getting mcs but im still not sure if i fitted panels to my roof and did all the wiring am an electrician can a nouther company issue me a mcs cert
     
  6. Gavin A
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    Gavin A Electrician's Arms

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    Leeds Solar
    yes,but only a 900Wp system as we'd already filled our biggest roof with solar water heating panels a few years ago.
     
  7. dansk
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    dansk Electrician's Arms

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    Bingley
    Yes a little 1.44kwp, BP and Stecca inverter (well it was the first i did) and i cant fit anymore on as its only a small roof, wish i could get 4kwp on.
     
  8. solarsavings
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    solarsavings Electrician's Arms

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    yep 3.2kw of pv and 70 solar thermal tubes.
     
  9. BruceB
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    BruceB Electrician's Arms

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    Bath/Bristol
    Yes, 36 x Sanyo HIT-N240SE10, 18 facng south, 18 facing north on a shallow outbuilding roof as the main house is listed and conservation officer does not want anything on main south facing roof slope.
     
  10. t4sltd
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    t4sltd Electrician's Arms

    small east facing roof with chimney (for wood burner) to South; 2 x Sanyo 250 and solar hot water system
     
  11. JD6400
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    I have 3.84 kw of pv and a thermal solar array as well , both due south.
    Would have gone 50 kw but out in the sticks on a single phase supply !
     
  12. whinmoor
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    whinmoor Electrician's Arms

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    Wakefield/Leeds, West Yorkshire
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    Medoria Solar
    I have a 2kWp system on the front of my house which stands on quite a prominent street junction so all the approaching traffic gets to view our handiwork. We used it for MCS and virtually every visitor, whether interested in PV or not, gets "the tour".
     
  13. SolarRoofSols
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    No - East/West roof with a 60 degree slope on the west and a Dorma on the East and build up on both sides. Wish I had an inkling about solar when I brought the house! We have them up at our office so people can take a look though!
     
  14. MorganPVI
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    Yes, 3.84kwp just off South. All our employees have full roofs as well
     
  15. hopkins85
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    Yes. Installed every one else's before doing my own. Done it Saturday. 1.38KW 6 x ET Solar 230W poly. On a Ever solar TL1500.
    Facing South West 25 degree pitch.
     
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