FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Logic Solar have our own accredited installation engineers to carry out your installation.

Solar panels are designed to withstand harsh weather climates, from blistering heat to freezing cold. Our solar panels are also put through rigorous testing, where they endure an onslaught of weather conditions.
So it’s safe to say that they’re pretty tough, but if you’re still worried that the weather has compromised your solar PV panels, please contact us. We also recommend annual servicing to maintain optimal efficiency.

STC’s are Small Scale Technology Certificates and are used as a form of currency they are generated by the installation of green energy systems, the larger the system the more STC’s are created, you may keep them, sell them or sign them over to Logic Solar to reduce the cost of your solar energy system.

Solar PV is a renewable energy system which uses photovoltaic modules, usually on the roof of a building, to convert daylight into electricity. Photovoltaic cells are made up of thin layers of semi-conducting material (usually crystalline silicon) which generate an electrical charge when exposed to direct or diffuse daylight.

Yes. The PV modules only require daylight to work, as a result, it will generate energy even on dull and rainy days. Temperature is also a factor when determining how much electricity a PV system will generate. The efficiency of a PV module decreases by a fraction for every degree the temperature is above 25 degrees Celsius. Therefore, a clear chilly day is perfect, because PV modules operate better at cooler temperatures.

Yes. Once installed and commissioned, you own the system, having control of a long-term free source of electricity that is exempt from price increases. You are not only saving money but actively saving the environment at the time. A Solar PV system makes no noise, has no moving parts, requires minimal maintenance, has a long lifespan and generates no CO2 emissions. Basically, it produces clean energy for years to come.

A Solar PV system is silent in operation, has no moving parts and requires minimal maintenance. Most of the time the rain will keep the modules clean. However, a build up of dirt can effect system performance. The degree of soiling will depend on the location but usually dust accumulation and self-cleaning reach a steady state after a few weeks if the array tilt is at least 15 degrees. In extreme cases, dust may cause a power reduction of about 10%. The design of the system should aim to minimize uneven soiling. We recommend annual servicing to maintain optimal efficiency.

There is no simple answer to this question. It all depends on how much you want to invest, how much of your electricity you want to generate via PV, and how much un-shaded roof space you have. It is not necessary to provide ALL of your home’s electricity via solar PV (because you will still be connected to the national grid). So, If your PV system supplies half of your electricity, it will still make a significant reduction to your carbon footprint! Contact our team to chat through your specific needs, and we will recommend the size of system to cater to your needs.

Government grants have stopped but they offer another incentive in the form of STC’s (Small Scale Technology Certificate) these are available to help cover the cost of a PV installation for domestic systems.

Yes. Some suppliers offer up to 8c – 11c per kWh more for every unit exported back into the electricity grid.

In any instances when your panels are producing more electricity than your home is using, it will flow back into the grid for other homes to use. After you have a solar system fitted the energy company will be notified by us to install a bidirectional meter that measures the amount of electricity imported and exported, you are eligible to receive a credit for the electricity exported. This will lower your electricity bills and ensure none of your green electricity will be wasted. Some energy companies are offering up to 11c kWh for energy you export to the grid!!

The average three-bedroomed household uses approximately 6,497kWh a year. We recommend that you look at your last three bills or talk to your energy supplier to get an accurate estimate for us to work with.

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