The Irish Sustainable Energy Authority (SEAI) offers a one-time grant for the purchase and installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels for homes. Now is an excellent opportunity to invest in solar panels, as they can save you money on your energy bills over time and reduce your dependence on the grid. The grant covers the cost of purchasing and installing solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and is limited to €2400 . The reduced rate or zero rate applies when solar panels are supplied and installed as part of a supply and installation contract.
The optimal position for solar panels in Ireland is facing south and tilted at an angle of 35 degrees with respect to the horizontal. There is no limit to the area of solar panels that can be installed on the roofs of houses, anywhere in the country, as long as certain criteria are met. The grant goes to the first 2 kWp of solar panels installed, so even if you have a smaller home, you can still benefit from a significant portion of the grant for the installation. Solar panels will be more efficient when there is no cloud cover, but clouds or opacity don't stop them from generating free energy. If you're considering installing solar panels in Ireland, now is an ideal time to do so.
With the help of the SEAI grant, you can save money on your energy bills over time and reduce your dependence on the grid. Solar panels are more efficient than ever before, so you can be sure that you're making a great investment.