Solar Panels

A single solar panel costs £350-£500, but can vary depending on the size and type of system. One of the most common domestic sizes is a 4kW solar panel system, which costs around £6,000 and will cover around 29 square metres of your roof.
What Is the Cost of Solar Panels?

With advancements in solar energy technology, the cost of solar panels has fallen drastically over the last few years. In the table below, you can see the breakdown of average prices of solar panels

Cost of Solar Panels per kW System in the UK

Generally, the more electricity your system can generate, the higher the initial installation cost 

Factors Affecting Solar Panel Costs in the UK
The estimated costs of solar panels mentioned in the table are typically what you can expect based on the system you choose. However, he cost of installing solar panels for your specific home will depend on the following factors:
1. System Size

Solar panels come in various sizes and the right size would depend on the size of home and individual electricity consumption requirements.

2. Type of Panels

There are three most common types of solar panels that are used for domestic purposes. These include monocrystalline, polycrystalline

3. Installation Process

Another factor that affects the cost of solar panels is the ease of installation. Even though it’s possible to do the installation yourself,

You can cut down on your electricity bills with the use of solar panels. The electricity that you use when your panels are active is entirely free, and it can result in annual savings of £160-£430. Of course, the specifications of every household are necessary in order to be precise in the estimation.