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« Reply #30 on: February 27, 2017, 10:58:59 PM »

I think realistically no linking = no PV, if you could divert some of what you produce at the moment it would make sense but if the DNO aren't happy then fitting anything extra is going to be a problem unless you fancy paying for a much bigger transformer.

Pellet boiler in a cellar sounds like a good fit for what you've got planned - controllable, as close to fit-and-forget as you'll find and you can get a hell of a lot of fuel delivered at once and stored on site. Only real issue is how much you can do with the wet system and how much has to be electric - and that's detail work that we really can't comment on without seeing it. Somehow I doubt you'll be offering the denizens of Navitron a free week's stay to help decide what you should do  fingers crossed!
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