Sample Report



£ 1,751,115
Total returns. **

560,565 kWh
Generated energy/year.

£ 532,064
System cost.

7.6 years
Payback period.


  Profit prediction


The chart below shows the estimated cumulative profit of £ 70,045 generated by the suggested PV system over the first year (not including tax benefits).

  Monthly savings


Solar irradiation is depending especially on season. The chart below shows your estimated savings and FiT (Feed-in Tariff) *** earnings broken down over the months.


  Available area


Your selection has a total area of: 3,401.43 m2.
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  Environmental impact


The estimated PV system going into service would have the following impact on the environment (calculations according to American Clean Energy, LLC).


  Tons of carbon eliminated in 1 year: 342
  Cars taken off the road for 1 year: 46
  Liters of gasoline saved: 147,390
  Equivalent of trees cleansing the air for 1 year: 11,211
  Equivalent of new trees planted: 280
  Lightbulbs powered for 1 year: 4,799


  Information


This is an example report for a hypothetical PV installation.


Building:

Asda Superstore, London
464 - 504 Old Kent Rd, London SE1 5AG, UK

Description:

Asda Stores Limited is a British supermarket retailer, headquartered in Leeds, West Yorkshire. The company became a subsidiary of the American retail corporate giant Walmart after a £6.7 billion takeover in July 1999, and was the second-largest supermarket chain in Britain between 2003 and 2014, by market share. - Wikipedia

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* Calculations:

  • Energy generation results are based on local weather and installation assumptions.
  • Profit results are based on average capacity and UK energy prices.
  • We are currently working on profit estimates for other countries.
  • Actual results may vary.

** Total returns estimate:

  • The estimate is based on a nominal lifetime of 25 years without accounting for the system cost!
  • For assessments in India only electricity savings and tax benefits are taken into account.
  • For the UK assessments include FiT earnings according to UK regulations, but no tax benefits.

*** FiT (Feed-in Tariff):

  • FiT is an incentive paid to producers of green energy. Please have a look at this page for more details about FiT in the UK.
  • FiT earnings include a degression rate of 0.06-0.07p/quarter (3 month), depending on consumption.