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Fwd: Compare your solar quotes before the subsidy expires


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From: Solar Quotes <>
To: dpars4 <>
Sent: Thu, 29 Oct 2015 15:41
Subject: Compare your solar quotes before the subsidy expires

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Time is running out to benefit from the lucrative Feed–in Tariff scheme (FITs) before the government cuts it by 87% on 1st January 2016.
Save up to 50% on bills
Earn up to £14,000
Increase house value
Increase the value of your home by generating FREE energy for your home with solar power and save up to 50% on energy bills (saving you hundreds of pounds in energy costs year on year). Plus earn up to £14,000 under the Governments Feed in Tarrif system - but hurry the Solar Trade Association is expecting a huge market rush now that the cuts have been announced.

You can currently earn 12.92p/kWh with a 4kW system, but that's going down to 12.47p/kWh on 1st October. And with installation costs down 70%, it's time to invest in solar panels whilst they are cheap and offer a good return.

Compare Solar Panels can provide you with free, competitive quotes from multiple solar providers in your area giving you the best choice and prices available without the need to contact numerous suppliers.
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