No, you don’t, unless you live in a listed building. However, in Conservation Areas or World Heritage sites, the equipment must be installed on the roof, not on a wall that would be visible from a highway.

Just keep the panels as clean as you can and make sure trees don’t begin to over- shadow them.
We will give you written details of any maintenance checks that you should carry out from time to time to ensure everything is working properly. This will include details of the main inverter fault signals and key trouble-shooting guidance.

You will have access via an app to see how much your are storing and how much you are using. When your battery is full you could earn money on the electricity that you produce by selling excess energy back to the grid using the Smart Export Guarantee.* Your battery system will also monitor progress and performance and when your battery needs replacing.

The panels should last 25 years or more, but the inverter is likely to need replacing sometime during this period, at a cost of about £800 at the current rate.

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