A new Spanish law makes solar energy an attractive investment

By Euro Weekly News Monday, 23 November 2015 17:20 0
GOVERNMENT GRANTS: Now available for solar energy installations. GOVERNMENT GRANTS: Now available for solar energy installations.

October 9 saw the introduction of a new Royal Decree for solar electricity installations here in Spain.  

As a result of a huge increase in the number of enquiries, Solar in Spain will be holding a seminar to explain how the new law can benefit householders. 

Solar in Spain will also be presenting the latest in solar energy technology, the Solmate Thermodyn, a solar water heating panel that works 24 hours a day regardless of the weather and it does not have to be installed on your roof. It can be placed on a balcony, on a wall or even inside a carport. Solar energy is now a viable option for apartments with no roof space.

Presentations will be made about the various applications for renewable energy and staff will be on hand to answer all your questions on topics including solar electricity, solar pool heating, solar water heating and solar ventilation systems.  

Are you worried about switching on your central heating because it’s so expensive to run? Solar in Spain customers have reduced their heating bills by over 50 per cent by changing to wood pellet heating systems. Come and find out how it works.

Government grants are available for solar energy hot water, biomass boilers and off-grid solar electric systems that are certified by the Spanish Government and installed by accredited installers. Solar in Spain is one of the few accredited companies that have been working with the government’s energy department to obtain grants. The company has introduced a financial package in association with a national bank offering 100 per cent interest free credit on all products. 

Solar in Spain has been established for 15 years and has many satisfied customers who are enjoying the benefits of very low bills.

Doors will open at the Javea Golf Club on Friday November 27 at 10am.  The seminar will run from 10.30am to 12.30pm and is free. Places are limited so you can pre-register by calling 962 854 488 or by sending an email to [email protected] 

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