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z10: a solar power plant garden office

by (Alex) last modified Jan 04, 2012 04:14 AM
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by (Alex) last modified Oct 14, 2010

We've featured Energy Space before (and indeed they appear in the Shedworking book as well as here ) but according to their MD Aaron Priestman they're taking their commitment to eco-friendly shedworking even further. Here's what he told us: "Readers of Shedworking have probably heard of the Feed In Tarrif, introduced in the UK by Labour this April, whereby a solar PV array owner will receive up to 45p per unit of electricity generated, whether it gets used up or not. "We have designed a new range, the Z10, which aims to be a solar power-plant in the back garden, a rooftop of PV delivering over 2.5KW of clean electricity to the garden room, or used back in the house, and earning up to £1K p/a tax free (for 25 years) with the Feed In Tariff." More details at the Energy Space site which has now undergone a makeover with links to their Twitter and Flickr pages, a new product selector and a description of the returns on investment you can expect with their Z range (pictured above is a z model belonging to a shedworking reflexologist in Somerset with silver-coloured faded cedar cladding). ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Thursday posts are sponsored by Atelier garden studios which are sustainable, stylish, flexible, functional and future proofed






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