• Generating energy onsite reduces energy bills 
  • Protection against future rises in government energy prices
  • Offers consumers and communities independant opportunities to make their own contribution to the fight against climate change
  • Attracts financial incentives which are designed to offer consumers a potential return on their investment of 6%-8% (depending on outputs)
  • Financial incentives are attached to a property, rather than to a consumer
  • Financial incentives may enhance the value of a property since the income will continue for a number of years.This effect would be enhanced by rises in energy prices
  • Lower carbon footprint and create a more energy efficient building
  • Create energy in places where on-grid feeds are not accessible
  • Can attract reduced VAT.