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Author Topic: Buy-Back companies  (Read 1994 times)
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« on: June 13, 2006, 11:32:53 AM »

Hi all,
A couple of very basic questions i'm afraid. apologies if they have been addressed before.

1/ I note that people refer to different Electricity Companies that buy back surplus power etc.
No one mentions a particular area in the country that they live in !
Dosn't one have to sell back to their 'local' supplier/s ?

2/ Where does one apply for a Government Grant ?

3/ How does one work out how an optimum size system for their use ?

4/ Mastervolt say that their 120w is not available in the u.k - where can we obtain them please ?


A great site,,, with some great ideas !

thanks for reading this

Furkin
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