When you register online, you will be asked questions about your house, roof, and electricity usage. If you are registering for battery storage only, you will be asked about your current solar PV system and electricity usage. If you don’t know the exact figures for your roof size or electricity usage, we can help you estimate with industry or local averages. You can enter more accurate information when you have it.
The auction is a reverse auction, meaning the lowest bid wins. The winning bid sets the price for all solar systems and battery systems. All installers are pre-vetted and must comply with our criteria to guarantee the quality of the offer.
After the auction, you will receive a personal recommendation which will include information about the winning installer, a complete system, costs and savings. This information is for you to consider, if you have more questions you can always contact the Solar Together Helpdesk.
After you have received your personal recommendation, you will have six weeks to decide whether you want to accept it or not.
To ensure you make a well-informed decision we will offer you the opportunity to attend an online information session where you will hear from the winning installer and can ask any questions you may have in the live questions and answers section. All Solar Together registrants will receive an invite to the online information session ahead of time.
When you are ready to make a decision, you can accept or decline your personal recommendation. If you choose to go ahead and accept with Solar Together, we will ask you for a £150 deposit.
After accepting your personal recommendation, the winning installer will need to survey your roof. The roof survey can only be scheduled after paying the £150 deposit. After receiving the payment, your details will be transferred to the installer. Once on-site, the installer will check whether the recommended number of panels will fit and if the expected generation will be reached. During the survey, you can also ask the installer questions or discuss changes based on your particular roof.
Not all roofs are the same! There are many factors that can change the suitability of having solar panels installed on your roof.
r online, you will be asked questions about your house, roof, and electricity usage. If you are registering for battery storage only, you will be asked about your current solar PV system and electricity usage. If you don’t know the exact figures for your roof size or electricity usage, we can help you estimate with industry or local averages. You can enter more accurate information when you have it.
If there are any changes to your original personal recommendation, you will need to approve your survey report and the new contract. You and the installer will schedule the installation date. Once the installation is complete you will then receive the invoice, minus the deposit. This final invoice has to be paid in full after the installation.