UK Website For Solar Panels Launched

Date: 3 October 2011
Source: http://www.theopenpress.com
Maidstone, Kent (OPENPRESS) September 30, 2011 -- Solar Pages and Paul Simms, site owner and operator are pleased to announce the formation of a new solar panels information and price comparison website service.

The page was set up as part of Solar Panels Quotations pages dating from January 2010. The purpose of the Solar Pages is to disseminate information and to learn where installers of solar panels can be found.

In a recent interview, Paul Simms, site manager was quoted as saying, "We aim to be the number 1 source of solar energy news and information and help UK homeowners discover the full benefits of solar power."

Energy costs continue to increase, making renewable energy a more popular and practical option for UK homeowners. Photovoltaic solar panels are only one type of panel that are now available in the UK market. Solar panels are made of a series of crystalline cells of semiconducting material in a frame of aluminum. There is a glass sheet that protects the crystalline cells, yet lets the light through. The silicon cells may be either monocrystalline or polycrystalline.

In the United Kingdom, polycrystalline panels are widely available and are popular. This type of panel is cheaper than monocrystalline silicon crystals and is relatively efficient to produce electrical current.

Learn more about the increasing number of options available in solar or renewable energy panels and how they can be installed in the homes of UK residents by visiting the web pages at http://www.solarpages.co.uk/ today. Members of the press and others who have further questions about solar power, or about the material included within this specific press release may contact Paul Simms at the location presented below.

In a recent interview, Paul Simms, site manager was quoted as saying, "We aim to be the number 1 source of solar energy news and information and help UK homeowners discover the full benefits of solar power."

Energy costs continue to increase, making renewable energy a more popular and practical option for UK homeowners. Photovoltaic solar panels are only one type of panel that are now available in the UK market. Solar panels are made of a series of crystalline cells of semiconducting material in a frame of aluminum. There is a glass sheet that protects the crystalline cells, yet lets the light through. The silicon cells may be either monocrystalline or polycrystalline.

In the United Kingdom, polycrystalline panels are widely available and are popular. This type of panel is cheaper than monocrystalline silicon crystals and is relatively efficient to produce electrical current.

Learn more about the increasing number of options available in solar or renewable energy panels and how they can be installed in the homes of UK residents by visiting the web pages at http://www.solarpages.co.uk/ today. Members of the press and others who have further questions about solar power, or about the material included within this specific press release may contact Paul Simms at the location presented below.

Contact :

Paul Simms

Solar Pages

Maidstone, Kent ME15 8LW

United Kingdom

08455198710

admin@solarpages.co.uk http://www.solarpages.co.uk .

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Date: 3 October 2011
Source: http://www.theopenpress.com

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