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The 12-panel array on this farmhouse has been generating power for the homeowner since 2009. The individual panels in the 2.16kW system was installed in one continuous line to maximise output without compromising on design.

Installation Date: 2nd December 2009

Installer: Ardenham Energy

Number of panels: Twelve – On roof

Installation time: 2 days

Type: PV-TD180MF5

Total kWp: 2.16 kW

Estimated kWh: 1801.44 per annum

Annual benefit: £888.12

Inverter: Fronius IG20


Please visit www.pv.mitsubishielectric.co.uk for more information.


The performance of PV systems is impossible to predict with certainty due to the variability in the amount of sunlight in different locations of the UK and from year to year.

This is index linked, and assumes that 50% of electricity is generated by the PV array, and 50% is exported back to the grid. Based on an average of 9p per kWh charged by the energy supplier.

This estimate is based upon the Government's standard assessment procedure for energy rating of buildings (SAP) and is given as guidance only. It should not be considered as a guarantee of performance.


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