Company shows alternative ways to help reduce the cost of rising energy bills (From Bridport and Lyme Regis News)
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Company shows alternative ways to help reduce the cost of rising energy bills
1:00pm Friday 25th October 2013 in Lyme Regis
A LYME Regis-based renewable energy company is providing alternative ways to help reduce the cost of rising energy bills.
Evergreen Renewable Energy, based in Uplyme Road, has been helping customers take control over how much energy they use and how much energy they need to buy.
A recent report revealed that over the past decade, energy prices have increased by 160 per cent, and Evergreen are advising customers how they can earn as well as save money through the installation of solar panels through the ‘Feed in Tariff’ (FiT).
Company director Ian Crabbe said: “Many people think they have ‘missed the boat’ when it comes to installing solar PV panels in the home.
“They have heard that the Feed in Tariff rate has dropped so much that it’s just not worth it any more.
“This is not true. Yes, the FiT has been cut, but the cost of installing a solar PV system has also dropped enormously.
“Installing a solar PV system will cut your electricity bills and generate an income.
“You get paid for generating energy which is then free for you to use.”